The New South Wales Touch Association (NSWTA) is pleased to announce Sharnie Ramunno has been appointed to the Board as Independent Director, filling the role vacated by Stuart Geros.

As part of the process a skill gap analysis, which took into consideration the strategic priorities for NSWTA, was undertaken to identify how best to fill the vacancy. An extensive review of possible candidates followed to identify potential candidates to complement the existing Board in the identified skill areas.

NSWTA Chair Mark Hearnden said, “I have no doubt that Sharnie will make a meaningful contribution to the NSWTA Board as we strive to deliver against the NSWTA Strategic Plan. The Board was fortunate to have such high-quality candidates for the position and we are extremely excited about Sharnie’s appointment.”

Sharnie is an experienced financial services executive. She has worked in the superannuation industry for over 20 years gaining experience in delivering member outcomes, project management, and implementing various business strategies.  Sharnie’s passion for touch football can be traced back to playing at the age of 10. Sharnie has also held several roles in touch football over the years from being president at her local club to coaching at various levels.

On appointment, Sharnie stated, “I am thrilled at the opportunity to work with the Board of NSW Touch Football, a sport that I am very passionate about. I hope to bring my business experience to the role and help advance touch football to an exciting new level.”

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