Charles is the co-founder of wheretofromhere. Prior to setting up his own business, Charles worked in collaborative decision-making through Capgemini’s Accelerated Solutions Environment. He has experience in events, hospitality and warehouse fashion and distribution.
He holds an economics degree from the University of Western Sydney. His knowledge of strategy, collaboration and execution will be vital in assisting EGA deliver its mission as well as maximising our resources and benefits to our target audience and partners.
Caylie is the Sport Entries Manager for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Previously she was the Manager of Sport Services for Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and spent 4 years at The Office of Environment and Heritage.
She holds a law degree from Bond University. Her experience in sports administration, governance and legal matters are invaluable to EGA, the development of disabled golf and exposure to the Olympic movement.
James worked in investment banking in London and holds an economics degree from of the University of Sydney.
Following an accident in late 2008, he became a quadriplegic and after a long struggle back to golf, he is now one of the only quadriplegic golfers in Australia and arguably the world.
He has been involved with key initiatives focused on improving disabled individuals lives, many with Royal Rehabilitation Hospital in Sydney. James is an ambassador for the Sargood Centre (a new spinal-cord injury lifestyle rehabilitation centre). He therefore possesses a unique combination of passions for golf and helping those with disabilities with a strong corporate background.
Additions to the board will be made in due course to add experience in fundraising and marketing as well potentially representatives from other disabled golf associations.