Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the scholarship recipients for round two of the Women’s Leadership Program.
Scholarships were awarded to 28 women within northern NSW to attend the program which begins on 25 September 2023.
The program has been developed to provide female leaders within football with the education and support to exhibit strong, positive influences within football at all levels.
The Women's Leadership Program will provide online and face-to-face learning and networking opportunities for established and aspiring female leaders within football.
Northern NSW Football Legacy Development Officer Helen Moseley is excited to run a second program this year and congratulated all scholarship recipients.
“Earlier this year NNSWF launched the inaugural Women’s Leadership Program which was a huge success and now we are thrilled to run our second program from September,” Moseley said.
“On the back of the FIFA Women’s World Cupᵀᴹ, we look forward to giving the scholarship recipients the opportunity to gain valuable skills, connect with other women in the industry and make a positive impact on the future of football.”
Carolyn Alford - Garden Suburb Football Club
Natasha Johnston – Swansea Football Club
Emma Ruth McFayden - Dudley United Senior Football Club
Rebecca Nee - NNSWF
Rachel Slee - Valentine Eleebana Football Club
Alison Macready - NNSWF Premier Referees
Lisa Evans - NNSWF Board Director
Amy Roser - Tamworth Football Club
Kaitlyn Callinan - Newcastle Football
Lauren Priestly - Garden Suburb Football Club
Grace Gunning - NNSWF
Hayli Shiels - Bangalow Bluedogs
Billie Price – Swansea Football Club
Jessica Evans - Halliday’s Point Football Club
Elyse Langenegger - University of Newcastle Women’s Football Club
Madison Michelle Gallegos - Maitland Football Club
Melanie Lalewicz - Singleton Football Club
Serena Carter - New Lambton Football Club
Natalie James - Old Bar Barbarians Football Club
Stephanie Luck - Orara Valley Football Club
Holly Moore - Maitland United Junior Football Club
Steph Palmer - Newcastle Football
Michelle Sciberras - Maitland Football Club
Tamika Stewart – Garden Suburbs
Simone Jordan - Urunga Football Club
Amber Grosser - Nelson Bay FC
Fiona Wells - Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club
Angela Wheatley - NNSWF
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