Not sure you can’t be both, if I’m honest. I work in a mid/senior level role but I believe I’m an ordinary member, just like everyone else. I’m a silver reserved seat member. I get excitement when we draft new kids. I love talking footy and I want the cheersquad to really blow the roof off a stadium (or create a roof of noise, depending on the stadium, maybe?)
I actually love talking footy. It’s one of my favourite things to do. But I also know a fair bit about digital media, tech and comms. I also happen to be extremely passionate about society and community impact. That is the area I want to primarily drive within the club on behalf of members.
At 34 years old, I love that I can bridge the gap between members and the board. And I love that interstate and country members feel comfortable enough to talk to me about their grievances or give feedback on the club.
Also, at 34 years old, I’m going to have to go google your last question…