team clubs queensland

The Clubs Queensland team is a group of highly skilled professionals who love what they do and who work tirelessly to ensure member’s needs are not only met, but exceeded! In addition they ensure the ‘community club’ message and issues of relevance are continually profiled with local, state, and federal politicians and governments, both via bureaucrats and directly.  Issues management and information provision is also integral to the full suite of member services provided on a daily basis.

kelly egan

Kelly, comes to Clubs Queensland after being the inaugural CEO of the Rugby League Coaches Association. When it comes to his style of management, Kel says it’s pretty straight forward. “If you treat people like they make a difference, then they will..” High on Kelly’s to do list is seeking feedback from the members and potential members on any further services and support the team should be offering in the months and years ahead to help clubs re-build their businesses and membership base. As a former Aristocrat executive , Sports Management Executive and NRL Assistant coach he has never been too far removed from the club industry and the significant role it plays in the community. Kelly played at the North Sydney Bears, for Valleys in Brisbane winning the last Winfield Cup in 1998 and coached the Wynnum Manly Seagulls prior to his foray into management.

daniel nipperess

Daniel comes to Clubs Queensland having spent a number of years practising as a solicitor in the workplace relations field for a national top-tier law firm. Daniel has particular expertise in advising on dismissals, workplace discrimination and work health and safety matters (including bullying and harassment). Daniel holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business from QUT and a Graduate Diploma a Legal Practice from the College of Law.  Daniel is a solicitor admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia. Having grown up in Brisbane, Daniel is an avid Brisbane Broncos supporter. In his spare time, he enjoys getting to the beach, playing music, engaging in the odd culinary challenge in the kitchen and producing a selection of home brewed craft ales.

amy coady

Amy is responsible for managing relationships with Clubs Queensland's sponsors and events. She joined Clubs Queensland in 2008, after having spent a few years living in London where she worked in marketing and communications roles and of course travelled extensively throughout Europe and North America. She also holds a Bachelor of Business degree, majoring in Marketing from Queensland University of Technology. Away from work, Amy enjoys running around after her young family, hitting the gym and a good coffee.

boyd webb

Boyd commenced work at Clubs Queensland after 23 years with News Limited in a senior role managing and developing community newspapers, being recognised nationally winning PANPA awards ‘Newspaper of the year’ and awarded many accolades over his newspaper career.  He brings a wealth of experience in business development, leading by performance, branding, implementing strategy, reporting, business planning and financial management.  Boyd’s passions are for customer service and the excitement and challenges of working on special projects like the Australasian Hospitality and Gaming Expo.  A member of the Sporting Shooters Association, Boyd is a keen marksmen and shooter at the Belmont rifle range as well as enjoying fishing and boating with the family.

jason salecich

Jason has an exemplar background in the community club industry, with his most recent role running a group of three successful clubs – Cazalys (300 gaming machines), Trinity Beach (82 gaming machines), and South Cairns Sports (60 gaming machines).  Prior to his 10-year stint in the Cairns market, he also spent three years as General Manager at the Moranbah Community Workers Club west of Mackay. In addition, he has spent a short period on the Board of Clubs Queensland while also being a long-standing member of the clubs advisory group.

kerri hutchison

Kerri assists with the financial administration and keeps the financial records including accounts payable and accounts receivable. Kerri has 27 years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping and joined the Clubs Qld team in June 2008, returning to work after 4 years caring for her family. Kerri loves the gym, weekends at the kids’ soccer and dance, and an adrenalin rush – motor bike rides, parachuting, hot air ballooning, and quad biking.

melissa moulton

Melissa Moulton  joins the team at Clubs Queensland after having been an Associate at the Fair Work Commission where she worked closely with the Commission’s members.  Melissa moved to Brisbane in 2011 from Darwin to complete her legal studies at Griffith University and is  a qualified lawyer. In her free time, Melissa enjoys exploring the variety of food, culture and entertainment that Brisbane has to offer, barracking for the Western Bulldogs and baking. 

millie mitchell

Millie Mitchell joins the team at Clubs Queensland after working as a legal secretary in a fast-paced Property and Family law firm in Brisbane. Millie has almost completed a Bachelor of Law and Human Resources at Queensland University of Technology and hopes to be admitted as a solicitor after completing her studies. Born in England, Millie has a passion for culture, travelling and good food.  In her free time, Millie enjoys going to the gym, cooking, and going beach camping with friends at Double Island.

nat milevskiy

Nat joins Clubs Queensland after spending two years practising as a solicitor in workplace relations and property law at a busy community legal centre in Brisbane. Nat is a qualified lawyer and holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from UQ and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. Nat spent a two year stint in Melbourne where she acquired a love for powerlifting, eating the latest in food trends and watching AFL. She’s a keen Western Bulldogs supporter but admits to having the West Coast Eagles as her ‘backup’ team.   

natalie brown

Natalie is responsible for the planning, marketing, operational logistics and event administration of Club Queensland’s events and joins the organisation with over eight years’ experience in event management. She holds a Bachelor of Business, majoring in event management. Outside of work, Natalie is an avid foodie, cook and cat shirt collector, and enjoys going to gym, a good Pinot Noir and spending time with her husband and her dog, Benji.

rowan todd

Rowan assists in the financial management of Clubs Queensland, including financial records, budgets and reporting.  He joined Clubs Qld in August 2009, having previously worked in two Brisbane accounting firms and also as a financial accountant for St Vincent’s and Holy Spirit Health.  Away from work, Rowan enjoys running and enters marathons and half marathons.  He also enjoys watching cricket and football and spending time with his family and their pet dogs.

tony parsons

Tony brings a wealth of experience to Clubs Queensland, over 35 years in sales and 25 years in the hospitality area. Within this period Tony has built up a raft of knowledge and long standing relationships. His focus has always been centred around customer service, Tony also prides himself on his ability to communicate at all levels and this has been his own bench mark. Tony has held positions from Area Sales Representative to Director of Companies, with a hands-on approach to management client relationships. Privately Family, having fun and the ocean is his elixir for life.