Basketball Australia announce new CEO. Basketball Australia (BA) is excited to announce Matt Scriven as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organisation, following a highly competitive and rigorous executive search process led by global executive search and consulting firm, SRI. In making the announcement, Basketball Australia Chair John Carey, said “The Board is delighted to have identified Matt to lead the organisation.
CEO announces departure from Basketball Australia. The Board of Basketball Australia (BA) announced today that CEO Jerril Rechter AM has resigned and will be leaving the organisation on 1 April 2021. Ms Rechter is departing BA having successfully led the organisation through the COVID-19 global pandemic and a number of initiatives including the development of a new strategic plan, funding and broadcast deals, the organisation’s inaugural diversity and inclusion plus reconciliation action ...
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The Board of Basketball Australia (BA) has confirmed the appointment of Carolyn Campbell as interim CEO of BA effective immediately. Read more › Ms Campbell joins the organisation having spent the past 25 years in high-ranking executive roles within the Australian sporting sector, most recently as CEO of Netball NSW for the past 15 years.
T. he board of Basketball Australia (BA) has announced CEO, Jerril Rechter, has resigned and will depart the organisation on April 1. Rechter was named BA CEO in February 2019 and was a key influence in the organisation winning the rights to host the 2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup and guiding the organisation through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Basketball Australia Names Matt Scriven New CEO. asketball Australia has announced former Nine Melbourne managing director, Matt Scriven as the organisation’s new chief executive officer. The executive search for Basketball Australia’s new CEO was led by consulting firm, SRI, and will result in Scriven beginning his new role on July 5.
SYDNEY (Australia) - Basketball Australia have announced that Melissa King is to serve as CEO of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 Local Organising Committee. The tournament is to be staged in Sydney from 22 September to 1 October 2022, with Australia having previously hosted the event in 1994.
On Wednesday, Jerril Rechter was named as the new CEO of Basketball Australia, coming off a successful stint as the CEO of VicHealth.
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