WGA is the only industry body in Australasia dedicated to empowering women working in, or looking to work in, the thriving and fast-paced gaming industry.
WGA CEO, Helen Galloway, said the partnership with CCV will help to influence and impact equitable outcomes in our industry.
“We are pleased to welcome CCV to our growing number of partners. CCV is an industry association representing the needs of Victorian community clubs. We look forward to working together to remove barriers and increase opportunities for the advancement of women in the gaming and hospitality industries.”
CCV President, Leon Wiegard, said the industry association is committed to diversity and inclusion, and encouraged other organisations and associations to promote their commitment through a partnership with WGA.
“CCV is thrilled to join WGA. We understand the value and importance of gender equity and inclusion. CCV’s vision is to be recognised as the trusted clubs’ advisor, a strong and consistent advocate supporting a healthy and sustainable club industry. Our commitment to gender equity forms part of this and we encourage other organisations to unite with WGA to create an inclusive industry for all.”
CCV is a not-for-profit organisation, representing the needs of their members which range from small volunteer-based sporting clubs through to very large clubs with multi-million-dollar turnovers.