Cameron Britt | Chief Executive Officer
Cameron is a sports industry professional with considerable brand, commercial and stakeholder management experience, holding a Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) from La Trobe University and an MBA from Deakin University and in 2014 was selected on the Australian Institute of Management's national ’30 under 30’ young Manager list.
Possessing strong leadership credentials, Cameron joined Wolfpack Basketball from the Essendon Football Club, where he was Head of Community, leading teams to deliver nationally recognised activities such as Dreamtime at the 'G and several of the club's pioneering new market strategies, as well as managing other high-profile partnerships and projects. Prior to this, Cameron was National Program Manager for the Good Sports program.
Cameron cites golf and travel as two of his favourite activities, with seeing the Knicks play at a capacity Madison Square Garden as one of his most memorable Basketball experiences. His vision for the Wolves is to become the destination of choice for the game within this State.
Ryan Thompson | Chief Operating Officer
Ryan is a 280 game SBL veteran, multi-time state Basketball representative and Life Member of the Geraldton Buccaneers Basketball Club. Ryan brings a sound understanding of and passion for basketball to the Association, focussed upon the strategic delivery and growth of the Associations existing programs and competitions, creating value for participants and coaches alike.
Ryan brings a wide ranging skill-set to the role, holding a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from Deakin University and having established a wealth of experience in his former position as the Sport and Recreation Club Development Officer with the City of Greater Geraldton. Ryan's strengths relate to strategic planning, governance, club marketing, grant funding, facility development, policy development and club administration.
Ryan is passionate about sport, and in particular, its ability to bind communities and develop young people. He follows almost all sports, with a particular interest in (and vast knowledge of) the NBA and the AFL.
Luke Brennan | Northern Development Officer
Luke Brennan possesses an extensive knowledge and background in the game, and a passionate approach to Wolfpack Basketball. With more than 23 years’ involvement at Wanneroo, in the role of Player, Head Coach and Assistant Coach, Luke understands the business and its bold growth aspirations, and is committed to helping to drive the club forward.
Luke is the current Head Coach of the Australian U/23 Spinners Wheelchair Basketball Team, and is an Assistant Coach of the Australian Rollers Wheelchair Basketball Team, with whom he won a gold medal at the 2014 World Championships.
Michelle Swain | Competition Officer
Michelle Swain, a proud Kiwi of origin, beat a strong field of candidates to secure the stadium-based competition focussed role. Michelle is another great Basketball person, with an impressive resume that has included senior involvement at the very highest levels of the sport in New Zealand, including as a Coach and Mentor to some of the country’s most talented athletes.
Her broad, and highly valuable, Basketball experience extends to being a coach’s mentor, a development Tour Manager and a highly successful National-level junior Head and Assistant Coach, across both Boys and Girls programs.
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