ALA Board Appointments - 2019

As a result of the elections held at the 2018 AGM, there are a number of changes to the ALA Board, effective immediately.

President: Glenn Morley

Glenn has been a member of the board since 2012 and has been instrumental in driving the process in developing the Board’s past and current Str Plan.

Glenn comes with a strong lacrosse pedigree involving past president of Bayswater Lacrosse Club as well as state and international representation as both player and coach.

Professionally, Glenn also has a strong sporting background, working for the West Australian Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, where he holds the role of Senior Sports Consultant.

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Vice President: Mike Slattery 

Mike continues in a leadership position on the board. He has been the key driver of the Growth and Development portfolio for a number of years, culminated in the successful development and implementation of the “Sporting Schools” Quick Stix program since the beginning of this year.

Mike also brings to the board strong relationships with key stakeholders in Sports Australia.

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Director: Caroline McLuckie

Caroline has played lacrosse for over 10 years and has been involved at club/board level in Scotland and NSW.

Caroline has been a board member of NSW Lacrosse since 2015, taking on responsibilities for both High Performance (2015-2018) and Finance (2015-2017).

Professionally, Caroline is a qualified accountant (ACCA) with international and national experience, and is currently the Chief Financial Officer with Basketball NSW.

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Congratulations to Glenn, Mike and Caroline on their appointments.


Thank You

The ALA board would also like to acknowledge and thank Viv Parker-White for her leadership, commitment during her 10 years of service on the ALA board, the past 6 years as Vice President, and to the sport of lacrosse in general during this time. In her role as Vice President, she has always represented Australian lacrosse with passion to ensure that our voice was heard across all levels. The board wishes her well for the future.


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