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Meet the members of our dedicated team.
Maurice is the CEO and President of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria, where he leads a team of five staff and oversees Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's entirely Voluntary Executive Committee. A keen and long-term advocate for people with vision loss
Amanda joined Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria in 2008 coordinating the Walking with Willpower program. Her role now involves securing funding for incremental programs, operational management, as well as marketing and communications.
Allie commenced with Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria in September 2018, working with young people who are blind or vision impaired and their families and support workers, to develop sport and recreation activities for those people and their friends.
Miriam is the Coordinator of the Walking with Willpower program in Melbourne's Northern and Western suburbs. She also coordinates group outings for adults and activities for children who are blind or vision impaired.
Sandra has coordinated the Walking with Willpower program for Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria for 9 years; as well as group walks and camps. She also trains volunteers and coaches in blindness awareness and effectively including people with vision loss
Susan has worked for Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria for the past 12 years in an administration capacity, bringing skills and experience she acquired whilst working for Vision Australia (formerly Association for the Blind) for 17 years.
After commencing with BSRV as a Volunteer in 2014, Jenny now coordinates our Volunteer program, while assisting with program support and adminstration. Jenny has a background in Marketing management and teaches Qigong, yoga and meditation.