A key theme of Michelle’s career has been customer-centred organisational enhancements across the areas of member acquisition and retention, marketing and communications, event management and professional development. With a focus on change management through the development of high performing teams and clearly demonstrated value propositions, Michelle is an experienced C-suite leader with a long history in health, adult education, sport and utilities.
Leading teams through national mergers and re-structuring federations into national entities on multiple occasions has been underpinned by a strong desire to ensure value for internal and external stakeholders.
Michelle has previously held positions on Brisbane City Council’s Economic Development Board, the Electrical Safety Board’s Education Committee and has been re-appointed to the Sports Ministers Advisory Committee.
Michelle also held the position of Independent Director on the Triathlon Queensland board, was elected to the Triathlon Australia board in 2014 and again in 2016 before being elected as the first female President in 2018.
Latest Athlete Results
2023 World Triathlon Long Distance Championships Ibiza07 May, 2023 - 45-49 Female AG - DNF
2022 World Triathlon Age-Group Championships Abu Dhabi26 Nov, 2022 - 45-49 Female AG - 03:10:53
2019 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Lausanne01 Sep, 2019 - 40-44 Female AG - 03:20:57
2019 Pontevedra ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships04 May, 2019 - 40-44 Female AG - 10:20:37
2016 Cozumel ITU Aquathlon World Championships14 Sep, 2016 - 35-39 Female AG - 00:55:44
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Athlete Fact Sheet
|Year of Birth||1977|
|World Triathlon Athlete ID||99902|