Opportunity to become a WNBA Board Member

Last updated: 26/07/2023

The Board is responsible for the strategic direction and purpose of the Wellington North Badminton Association. We drive the work of the association through governance by setting policy and key performance indicators for the General Manager. We have a fiduciary duty to the members and for the assets. We have responsibility for the finances as well as legal responsibility for its ventures and actions.

We are a small group of individuals who are passionate about the success of badminton in the Wellington North catchment. We have been successful in turning our organisation around, from a committee handling the day-to-day tasks of running badminton, to a high-performance governance team employing a staff of dedicated employees. Our purpose is to provide the best badminton experience for the players.

There is currently an opportunity for a WNBA member to join the Board. We are looking for people who have skills in the areas of sponsorship, legal, marketing and communications. You do not necessarily have to have had experience working on a board as we provide you with the necessary training. This is a voluntary role that can provide you with valuable experience and establish confidence in your abilities. It will also help you broaden and sharpen skills and gain an understanding of a non-profit organisation. Additionally, being a board member can help you develop key attributes that are important in the development of your own career.

If you are interested in learning more about the Board, please contact:

General Manager: Richard Kirby, ph. 022 078 1962, or

Board Chair: Dave White, ph. 027 499 6831

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