11 Results for group: operational-committee

Milly McDonald

Hello !! My name is Milly McDonald and I am excited to be the Social Director for 2020/2021! I have been a part of the club since 6 yr/o nippers, and have continued to be an active member to date. I have been fortunate enough to support Hamish Mcilroy as vice-captain of the Mighty Ducks patrol in 2017, volunteered during ... More

Andrew Argyrou

Portsea SLSC has been a big part of my life. I began as an 8 year old in the nippers program, completing every year of Nippers right through to Bronze and Silver Camp. Portsea has encouraged me to develop skills both in and out of the water whilst having heaps of fun and making lifelong friends. When I’m not at the beach ... More

Sas McNamara

I am very excited to be the Membership and Leadership Development Director this season! I have been a member at Portsea since I was 6 years old and just a nipper. Portsea Surf Club has provided me with so many incredible opportunities and leadership development support from being an instructor on Bronze camp to becoming a ... More

Oscar Hunter

Hi, I’m Oscar and I’ve been a part of the club my whole life. Before I could even walk I’ve spent my summers down at the Back Beach and over the years I’ve worked through my awards and now have the amazing opportunity to be a part of the Operations Committee as the Deputy Competition Director. This season I’m ... More

Jacqui Hart

Hi, I’m Jacqui Hart and I am taking on the role of Education Director this season. I have been a Portsea member for all 23 years of my life and have been involved in the club from nippers through to patrolling. Previously, I have been the Nipper Instructor Manager and more recently a member of the Operational Committee ... More

Chris Perrott

I was introduced to PSLSC as a nipper and I have since spent every summer of my life at the club. I am currently the Lifesaving Director and an active patrolling member of the Mighty Ducks. My previous roles at the club include: Bronze Camp Chief Instructor, Patrol Captain and a Nippers Coordinator. More

Alexandra Madden

I started my Portsea journey as a nipper, In 2017 I completed my bronze medallion and since have attended our silver camp and gained my IRB crew and drivers. It was on our leadership night at silver camp  I realised our lack of an environmental agenda and began to think of ways I could help.  I approached the committee ... More

Andrew Theodosi

After completing my Bronze in 2011, I was involved in a number of the club’s education roles. Recently, I finished up as Bronze Camp Chief Instructor, a role that gave me an opportunity to work alongside some of the club’s best and brightest. I’m very excited to be leading the club’s inaugural Communications ... More

Jess Lamb

I joined the Portsea SLSC Community 5 years ago and I was taken back by the degree of camaraderie that existed between members of all ages. This supportive and encouraging environment was what inspired me to apply for the Education Subcommittee and is the element of the Club that I still value the most today.  My ... More

James Nola

I joined the club back in 2011 after doing my Bronze, I became a patrol captain of the Usual Suspects a few years later. Portsea SLSC is such a wonderful place and community to be a member of. Like many others, the club has become a large and wonderful part of my life for which I couldn't be any more grateful More