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Are you passionate about LGBTIQ+ inclusion in sport and exercise?


Join our board

Joining the Proud 2 Play board is an exciting opportunity for people that want to get involved and create a positive change in the LGBTIQ+ community.


As a board member, you would take an active role in creating an Australia where all LGBTIQ+ folks can engage in sport and recreation without fear or discrimination.


Our board consists of people from diverse backgrounds with unique skills and lived experiences. This allows us to create a well-rounded and inclusive environment that is supportive of everyone.


If you are passionate about inclusion in sport and recreation, then joining the Proud 2 Play board is a chance for you to make a real difference.

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"Sport is for everyone, I love seeing the LGBTQIA+ community being able to participate in sport whilst being our true selves.

I am very proud to be part of an organisation that is changing hearts and minds and making sport a better place for all!"

Julie Ryan, Proud 2 Play Board Member

Current Positions

Proud 2 Play is current seeking the following positions. Applications close Monday, 3rd October.


The role of Secretary of Proud 2 Play’s Board is an integral leadership position (voluntary), working closely with the Board Chair to set the vision and strategic focus of the Board, ensuring it maintains its governance responsibilities and setting the operating rhythm for the Board and it’s objectives on a month to month basis.  The role of Secretary will oversee the accountability and accumulation of meeting minutes and agendas, alongside outgoing actions from meetings, and will lead planning alongside the Board Chair of the Board’s ongoing activities in support of Management and the CEO.

General Committee

The Committee will support the work of Proud 2 Play and provide mission-based leadership and strategic
governance. While day-to-day operations are led by Proud 2 Play’s chief executive officer (CEO), the
Committee-CEO relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Committee is bothcritical and expected.

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