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New Fitness Australia Board Elected

Fitness Australia have announced the results from the recent Board of Directors election, with one fresh face set to serve, while two other members have been re-elected to their positions.

Newly-elected Board Member, Rod Harvey, will take his place at the peak body’s table for the first time following a successful campaign. Rod is a highly respected and well recognised member of the Fitness Industry with a strong connection to Fitness Australia.

With over 20 years of experience within the fitness industry, Rod’s personal vision in taking on a directorship, is to improve the professionalism of the Fitness Industry, build Fitness Australia’s profile within the Industry and extend its reach to consumers, ‘to get more people moving’.

Meanwhile, both David Allan and Michael Jordan will resume their place on the Board.

David has been an influential and tireless member of the Fitness Australia Board since 2011 – being elected Chairman in 2015. His recent re-election for another term shows his commitment and passion for the fitness industry and Fitness Australia.

Michael has been a Board Member with Fitness Australia since 2014. His vision is to see fitness clubs become the heart of communities, which he believes will drive a healthier nation.

Fitness Australia CEO, Bill Moore, welcomed today’s results and is now looking forward to an exciting period ahead in collaboration with the Board.

“This is a fantastic result for Fitness Australia and the Fitness Industry,” said Bill. “We’re fortunate to have incredibly talented and experienced people on our board and these three gentleman embody that.”

The new board will come together for the first time on 14 October for the AGM, signalling the beginning of#FASymposium16.

Congratulations to Rod, David and Michael on their election to the Fitness Australia Board of Directors.

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