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Australian Fitness Industry – Career Milestones & New Job Positions – May 2019

Australian Fitness Industry – Career Milestones & New Job Positions – May 2019

Building on a ‘Who’s-Who’ within the Australian fitness community, we recognise just a few of the Aussie career milestones, new job roles and positions during May 2019. Congratulations to all 🙂

Gerard Healy - New Independent Sales Manager for Matrix Fitness AustraliaGerard Healy – New National Independent Sales Manager at Matrix Fitness Australia. Gerard is a sales operations and project manager professional with extensive fitness industry experience and a proven track record in product development, project management and national program rollouts. Gerard holds experience in print marketing functions, digital strategies along with Web and App Development.

Felicity Broadbent - Manager at Body Health AustraliaFelicity Broadbent – New Manager at Body Health Australia. Felicity is an accomplished professional with over 14 years experience developing and maintaining systems, structure and support to professionals and teams. Felicity brings both energy and professionalism to her workplace and is a highly self-motivated individual with a solid work ethic and exemplary communication and people skills.

Yvette Filatoff – celebrating 1 year at HYPOXI Australia.

Gemma O’Brien – new Owner at Better Than Yesterday – Performance Coaching, Sydney.

Elissa Sadler – new Personal Trainer at Ryno Health and Fitness, Brisbane.

Keith Pratten – celebrating 6 years at Snap Fitness, Tuggerah.

Gavin Aqualina – celebrating 4 years at Fitness Pro Coach.

Jono Jones – celebrating 3 years at Goodlife Health Clubs.

Simon Prentice – celebrating 3 years at Technogym Australia.

Caidee Steele – celebrating 4 years at Get Going Personal Training.

Shaun Radford – promoted to Training Team Leader at Australian Institute of  Fitness.

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