The 2032 Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan Community Reference Group (CRG) will help shape the region’s legacy plan arising from council being a key delivery partner in the 2032 Games.
Established in early 2022 and chaired by two-time Paralympian and USC Public Health Lecturer Dr Bridie Kean, the group met on several occasions to develop a Games legacy vision and aspirations for our future generations, 10 years before during and after. This is our 10+10+ Vision.
The Community Reference Group comprises 16 community representatives with Sunshine Coast Council represented by Mayor Mark Jamieson and Councillor Maria Suarez. The community representatives cover a wide range of interests which include First Nations; People with a Disability; Sport and Recreation; Business, Arts and Culture; Tourism and Events; Young People; Environment; and Education.
2032 Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan Community Reference Group members:
- Dr Bridie Kean (Chair)
- Mayor Mark Jamieson and Cr Maria Suarez (Sunshine Coast Council)
- Blake Cochrane (Olympians/Paralympians)
- Chris van der Pol (Environment and Sustainability)
- Stan Garland (Business and Industry)
- Matt Stoeckel (Tourism and Events)
- Michelle Phillips (Community)
- Skye Parker (Arts and Culture)
- Mark Henricks (Sport and Active Recreation)
- Lisa Edwards (People with a Disability)
- Dr Peter English (Education and Research)
- Brian Warner (Kabi Kabi – First Nations representative)
- Zeitha Jalamala Murphy (Jinibara – First Nations representative)
- Emma Josey (Youth)
- Ashley Robinson, Danny Salzke and Peter Saba (Sunshine Coast venue delivery partners)
The Sunshine Coast 10+10+ Vision, launched on 24 January 2023, will guide the region’s engagement with other levels of government, the private and community sectors and Games partners.
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