Sport needs more female leaders and there are many reasons for this but no more compelling than the need for a drastic change of culture. The vast majority of rugby league players are decent young men, writes Wests Tigers chair Marina Go. It was interesting to read that little has changed since my days as a journalist on a daily tabloid newspaper. When I arrived home from work last night my husband, who is mercifully taking long service leave, was preparing dinner and my youngest son was engrossed in study at the dining table. This time a year ago I would have been completing my first work week back following a Christmas break. Log in to renew or change an existing membership.
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Victoria has recorded new cases of coronavirus and 11 further deaths in the past 24 hours. Queensland has recorded four new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. She's used to being one of very few women in a boardroom full of men, using her voice to speak up and speak out. After extensive experience in the media industry, Go's first board appointment came with Netball Australia in , and after a six-year term there, she became chair of NRL club Wests Tigers. Tell us a little bit about the importance of the board within a sporting organisation, and indeed the importance of diversity on that board. Ensuring that the executive team does what they say that they're going to do is really the nub of what the board does.
Marina Go in red, with her sons Lachlan left and Jackson right and mother Maria. Credit: Wolter Peeters. The Daily Telegraph story attacked the Opposition Leader for speaking about the sacrifices his mother Ann made as a young woman without divulging that she completed a law degree later in life. The social media backlash resonated with Ms Go because it reflected her family history. Ms Go is best known for two roles: she is the immediate past chairperson of the Wests Tigers rugby league club and was editor of teen girl magazine Dolly for five years from
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