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Ally as a verb not a noun

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You can't call yourself an ally unless someone from an underrepresented group says you are. And for that to happen you must have taken some meaningful action towards creating inclusion. In this webinar we will discuss what allyship looks like in a sporting context, for clubs, associations, volunteers and players. You will be empowered to notice the barriers that exist for others and then explore specific examples and tips to removing those barriers for good.

What you will learn

At the end of this webinar participants will:

  1. Understand what allyship is in sport
  2. Identify barriers to inclusion in sport
  3. Explore tips for removing barriers to inclusion in sport

Who should attend

This webinar is ideal for anyone involved in sport including club volunteers, athletes, coaches, administrators and leaders.


Dr Bree Gorman (They/Them)

Since late 2019, as Managing Director of Bree Gorman consulting they have worked with companies across a wide variety of sectors delivering diversity and inclusion strategies, policy reviews, research projects, inclusion audits and diversity and inclusion training. Bree applies their business acumen, research skills and knowledge translation capabilities to the work of diversity and inclusion, developing solutions and providing advice that is practical, achievable and backed by a deep understanding of the barriers to equality that exist within our workplaces. Their lived experience of working in a male dominated area and coming out as genderqueer and bisexual in the middle of their working life brings with it a heightened awareness of identity and its importance in the workplace. Along with their science qualifications, Bree is a graduate of the Committee for Geelong’s Leaders for Geelong program and of the Australian Institute of Company Directors course. Bree holds a position on the Geelong Cricket Association Board and Cricket Victoria’s Rainbow Advisory committee.

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