It is with great pleasure Baseball Queensland announces the addition of three new staff members to help the organisation deliver more for the sport and our members.
After completing extensive consultation to develop the Strategic Plan; working to develop the foundation of an operations plan and detailing a budget to achieve the planned outcomes, Baseball Queensland have welcomed additional staff in the following roles:
- Digital Media Manager – Akane Hatai firstname.lastname@example.org
Akane brings a wealth of experience growing audience engagement via a variety of platforms and will be responsible for managing Baseball Queensland’s website, socials and digital communications platforms. Akane is a passionate and skilled story teller.
- Administration Officer – Danica Trotter email@example.com
Danica has extensive experience managing the of offices of professionals in the finance and legal industries including sensitive document controls, client management and general office leadership. Danica will be responsible for the day-to-day administration requirements of the organisation and will likely be your first point of contact when reaching out to Baseball Queensland.
- Player Development Coordinator – Nick Bachono firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick has experience coordinating player development programs at a club and regional level as well as coaching experience with the Queensland State program and Women’s ABL. Under the direction of Performance Program Manager Shayne Watson, Nick will be responsible for coordinating programs targeting T5 – T4 athletes, touring team programs and player and coach development initiatives. Together, Shayne and Nick will be responsible for the programs Baseball Queensland delivers in the Performance or Sports Excellence Stream of the Participation Pathway.
Additional staff will be added in the near future to deliver on Game Development and Club Support outcomes identified as priorities by our members and stakeholders throughout the strategic planning consultation stages. Further capacity may also be added through partnerships with other organisations to grow our ability to deliver programs and participation opportunities.