The Bulls Masters are delighted to announce that Professor Sarah Kelly OAM has accepted a position as a non-executive director on the Bulls Masters Board.
Professor Kelly brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Bulls Masters. Sarah is a Professor and Head of the QUT Graduate School of Business, an experienced commercial lawyer and non-executive director across sport, tourism, technology, and professional services sectors. She is a member of the Brisbane 2032 Games Organising Committee Board, Deputy Chair of the Brisbane Lions AFL Football Club and Deputy Chair of Tourism and Events Qld. She is also a board member of Australian Family Lawyers Pty Ltd. She is globally known for her expertise in the sports field, and recent published work includes health impacts of esports, sports integrity, event legacy evaluation, scandal and sponsorship, sports diplomacy, and women’s sports commercialisation.
She is the Queensland Chapter Leader for the Minerva Network, which provides pro bono mentoring to professional sportswomen nationally. Sarah was awarded an Order of Australia Merit Award in 2021 for services to sports administration and to tertiary education. Sarah is passionate about the power of sport to impact positively both socially and economically.
Professor Kelly joins Chairman, Ian Healy AO, Managing Director, Jimmy Maher, along with Michael Kasprowicz, John Mullins, Chris White and Mark Thompson on the Board.
Professor Kelly said “I’m really looking forward to joining the Bulls Masters Board and the opportunity to contribute to the impact the organisation has upon Regional Queensland communities. I’m very honoured to work with such a brilliant board and their highly engaged stakeholders and supporters to leverage the power of cricket for community benefit”.
Bulls Masters Chairman, Ian Healy AO said “We are thrilled to welcome Sarah onto our Board as it complements our skills matrix perfectly. Widely referred to as the “Doctor” of sport, we know Sarah will enhance every aspect of our organisation”.