AGM Nominations 2021

Equestrian Tasmania Board 2021/22

IMPORTANT: Please take the time to read

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE FUTURE OF THE EQUESTRIAN SPORT IN TASMANIA AND NATIONALLY

 

ALL current Financial Tasmanian members (18 years and over)) are eligible to nominate or be nominated for the Board position.

2021/22 one elected director position falls vacant

BOARD-Director (3 Year Term)

Equestrian Tas has been advised by the Department of Sport and Rec that to obtain further funding the ETas board must be gender diverse. On present composition, this will require an election of a male board member for the coming election.

 

Due to Board positions being on a rotation ruling (as per our constitution) Nicole Brown will be required to stand down.  Nicole has played a very influential role on the board with considerable knowledge in the governance of sport.

The ET Board requires nominations of people actively interested in the management and governance of the equestrian sport in Tasmania.  The Board meets approximately every 8 weeks in person or via email/ph hookup.  All correspondence is sent electronically to which some issues are also dealt with this way through feedback.

The 3 Sport positions on the Board are nominated by our 3 FEI Sports Affiliates of Dressage, Eventing, and Jumping. Contact your Sport Committee if you are interested in representing your sport.

Please ensure that the correct nomination form is used.                                                                    

 

2021 AGM Board Nomination Form.pdf

2021 Coaching Committee Nomination Form.pdf

 

Role of Equestrian Australia (EA)

The "governing bodies" of EA are the National Board, the Branches of EA, the National Discipline Committees - NDCs (Dressage, Jumping, Eventing, Vaulting, Show Horse and Carriage Driving), the National Office including the CEO

The Board of Equestrian Australia sets the overall policy and governs the National organisation. National Discipline Committees develop and administer the sport-technical aspects of their respective Sport/"Discipline".

Together with EA's State Branch Offices, the National Office implements Board policy to provide the best possible range of services to the members of EA.

The National Office and State Branch offices have a small core of professional support. This core is supported by a huge number of volunteers, from board and committee members to officials, organisers, and helpers at events. It is the volunteers who make the equestrian sport work.

 

 

 

 

 

STATE BRANCHES