Balraj Ougra and Jovy Gill appointed Volleyball NSW’s new Board Directors

These appointments mark a significant milestone for the organisation as it continues to grow and evolve in its mission to lead the sport of volleyball across the nation.

Volleyball NSW has announce the appointment of three new esteemed members to its Board of Directors: Steph Brantz, Jovy Gill, and Balraj Ougra.

Image: Balraj Ougra, Steph Brantz, AND Jovy Gill (Source: Volleyball NSW)

These appointments mark a significant milestone for the organisation as it continues to grow and evolve in its mission to lead the sport of volleyball across the nation.

Image: Balraj Ougra (Source: LinkedIn)

Balraj Ougra brings a unique perspective to the Board, with a distinguished career as a chiropractor and advocate in the multicultural community.

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His passion for volunteering across a broad range of sporting organisations further underscores his dedication to community engagement. His expertise, advocacy, and extensive volunteering background will be instrumental in guiding Volleyball NSW towards continued success.

Mr Ougra said:

“In joining the Board of Directors for Volleyball NSW, I bring not just professional expertise, but a heart pulsating with the rhythm of community, inclusion, diversity and leadership. I am excited about the journey ahead and the opportunity to contribute to the vibrant tapestry of Volleyball NSW.”

Image: Jovy Gill (Source: LinkedIn)

Jovy Gill is a respected figure within the Volleyball landscape. Her passion for community engagement and grassroots initiatives aligns seamlessly with Volleyball NSW’s vision.

With over 25 years of experience in the technology industry, Jovy’s tenure includes remarkable stints with renowned Fortune 500 companies, where she gained recognition for her visionary strategies and results-driven approach.

“In accepting the esteemed position on the Volleyball NSW Board of Directors, I am humbled and honoured to collaborate with fellow visionaries dedicated to steering volleyball in NSW towards a brighter and more expansive future.”

Ms said Gill added:

“Just as I’ve strived to excel in my Technology Marketing career and entrepreneurial ventures, I look forward to leveraging my experience and passion to contribute meaningfully to the sport’s growth and development. Together, with the equally dedicated community we serve, we can be champions of progress and excellence in Australia.”

Image: President of Volleyball NSW Lucy Coggan (Source: Volleyball NSW)

President of Volleyball NSW, Lucy Coggan, expressed her excitement about the new appointments, stating:

“We are thrilled to welcome Steph, Jovy, and Balraj to the Board of Directors. Their diverse skills and experiences will undoubtedly enrich our organisation as we strive to grow and support the vibrant volleyball community across NSW. We look forward to the fresh perspectives they will bring to our team.”

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Volleyball NSW encourages members of the local community who are passionate about contributing to the vision of leading volleyball nationally to consider opportunities as a Director, Committee Member, or Volunteer.

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