Netball Victoria offering leadership opportunities

KGI

Netball Victoria is delighted to support the Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI) netball program in conjunction with Australian Catholic University (ACU).

The program offers personal development opportunities to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women aged 13-17.

Netball Victoria and ACU organised a range of activities including meet and greets with Melbourne Vixens shooter Karyn Bailey, as well as Monash University Storm midcourter Alicia Janz, an Indigenous VNL player.

Netball Victoria Community Development Manager Cassandra Hadson is excited about the program and the opportunities it presents for young Indigenous women looking to develop their leadership skills.

“Netball Victoria are proud to partner with the Korin Gamadji Institute, and work in conjunction with the Australian Catholic University to provide opportunities for Victorian netballers,” said Hadson.

“This program has been specifically designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander females, who have an existing passion for netball and a desire to lead within their community.”

“Not only does the program provide access to pathways in higher education, it also supports young netballers to lead by example and transfer their knowledge and skills back to their home community.”

For more information email Luke Murray at [email protected]