A new monthly feature for WNiF and building on a ‘Who’s-Who’ within the Australian fitness community, we recognise just a few of the new positions and appointments during April 2018. Congratulations to all 🙂
Barry McDonald – New National Independent Sales Manager at Matrix Fitness Australia. A welcome addition to the Matrix Fitness Team in Australia, Barry is most passionate when assisting those with fitness business’ who are looking to become more successful and profitable. His highest personal values of family, honesty, education and respect filters through to his everyday work.
Brian O’Rouke – New additional Board Director at Thailand at Fitness 24Seven. Well respected industry legend, Brian’s expertise is broad in fitness, wellness, technology, strategy, innovation, finance, franchising, marketing and business development with additional experience and insights extending to a number of other industries and disciplines including Marketing & Advertising.
Rachel Young – New Head of Training and Education at Escape Fitness. As an experienced multi-site operator at national level, Rachel is a highly driven and innovative character. Described as a dynamic motivator, rising to any challenge, whilst always maintaining a sense of humour. Rachel is goal orientated and focuses on performance and delivering results, and has a proven track record in leading teams to achieve core business objectives and deliver profit targets.
Zahin Singh – new General Manager at Snap Fitness 24/7.
Jose Parshad – new sales executive at Myzone.
John Foy – new Regional Customer Experience Manager at Les Mills.
Grant Jenkins – new Athletic Development Coordinator at Swimming Queensland.
Kasturi Kulkarni – new fitness professional at Virgin Active Australia.
Anthony Turri – new Sports Massage Therapist at Australian U17 Football Team.
Send the details of your new position through with a headshot and you just may be in next months short list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.