Committee of Management

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Level & Responsibilities

This level is responsible for the structures, processes, actions, resourcing and achievement of strategic directions identified by the Council.

It attains these outcomes primarily through the sub-committees of:

  • ACF Coaching Committee (ACFCC)
  • Adjudicators Advisory Board (AAB)
  • Examiners Advisory Board (EAB)

It is also responsible to attaining external resources, managing external advocacy and communication links. The committee meets 3 or 4 times a year in person and occasionally via teleconference. Together with The Council, we enthusiastically try to mould the sport to identify and meet the changing needs of all stakeholders; stakeholders being participants, parents, and the government, in the face of competition from other sports and escalating costs.

Current Committee of Management

President
Executive Officer
Director of Finance
Director of Planning
Director of Competitions
Director of Coaching
Director of Skills
Director of Adjudicating
Director of Information, Communication & Technology
Liz Kratzel
Kerry Fullarton
Paula Dowley
(position vacant)
Anita Roser
Carolyn Fortune
Diane Winterling
Kerryn Waddell
Tara Sullivan
.
* Profiles to be updated

Personnel Profiles

Elizabeth Kratzel

Elizabeth Kratzel

President

Liz has been involved in calisthenics at Club, State and National levels as an administrative volunteer since 1997 when her two daughters, Megan and Jenna joined the newly formed club in the ACT, Brindabella Calisthenics College.

Liz has been President at club and state levels and in 2012 accepted the role of ACF President. Prior to accepting this role she was the ACF Director of Competitions from 2003 to 2012. At state level she is the co-convenor of competitions in the ACT.

Liz has also achieved Life Member status at club and state levels and in 2013 was awarded Life Membership of ACF.

Apart from calisthenics Liz works full time for the Australian Government as a Personnel Manager and enjoys family life with husband Bill, son Matthew (and partner Jacqui) and a beautiful grandson Brodie and daughters Megan and Jenna. 

Liz has witnessed many calisthenics participants from a very young age grow and develop into beautiful, self confident adults and this is her motivation in contributing further to our sport.

Paula Dowley

Paula Dowley

Director of Finance

Profile infomation coming soon.

Lynne Hayward

Director of Planning

Lynne was appointed President of ACF in 2004 until 2012.  She automatically assumed the role of Immediate Past President of ACF and then was elected as ACF Director of Planning in 2013.  Lynne has been involved with calisthenics as a performer in early days and later as a member of the Jeaden Masters team competing at the Pan Pacific Masters Games.

Lynne:

  • has been a member of the CVI Committee of Management for the past 13 years
  • was President of the VCCA for three years
  • has been a state team section manager
  • has written two calisthenic books.

Outside calisthenics, Lynne has been running her own training consultancy business for 28 years specialising in leadership and customer service training for all sectors of business. She has a passion for helping people reach full potential, either in their work careers or their sporting careers.

Anita Roser

Anita Roser

Director of Competition

Anita has been involved in Calisthenics for 20 years supporting her daughters as Sub Juniors in 1993.  She became actively involved at club level and the following year at State level.Anita represented her club on the CAQI Executive for 10 years before becoming CAQI President in 2006, where she held this position for 8 years and is currently the CAQI Acting Treasurer.

Her support in Queensland to the Calisthenic community was rewarded in 2011 when she received the first CAQI Life Membership award.Anita has represented Queensland as a delegate on the ACF Council since 2006, and this year was successfully elected to the position of Director of Competition.

Anita supports the development of Calisthenics both in Queensland and the whole of Australia by her participation on the ACF Committee of Management.  Her 3 daughters and husband support her involvement at both National and State level. Anita’s passion for watching young people grow and do their very best stems from her job as an Educator in the Child Care industry.

Carolyn Fortune

Carloyn Fortune

Director of Coaching

Profile information coming soon..

Diane Winterling

Diane Winterling

Director of Cali Skills

"Calisthenics has had a significant impact in my life and my association with our wonderful sport has been developed over many years".

Diane has been involved at club and state representative level, as a Level 2 Coach, a Member of the Calisthenic South Australian Coaches executive and Level 2 Coordinator, as a Level 2 Adjudicator, Gold Medal Examiner and Calisthenics Association of South Australia Calisthenic Skills Administrator. This involvement has given an insight into and knowledge of all levels of our sport.

Her professional career within the Department of Education and Children’s services in teaching, leadership and the corporate section has helped her acquire organisational, communication and decision making skills.

As the ACF Director of Skills, I am delighted to offer my expertise to the Australian Calisthenic Federation and the Examiners Advisory Board.

Kerryn Waddell

Kerryn Waddell

Director of Adjudicating

Kerryn has been a member of ASCA (Victoria) since 1989 having served on the Committee as Secretary, the CVI Director of ASCA, Vice President and President.  She has adjudicated a broad range of divisions and age groups in all States, Territories, at Royal South Street since 1996; and at the National Championships on 3 occasions.   Her recent Calisthenic achievements include ASCA Life Membership, ACF Official of the Year 2012, a CVI Certificate of Appreciation and the VIS Official of the Year.

Kerryn has been a representative of the Adjudicators’ Advisory Board for 10 years, and in 2013, commenced as the AAB Director of Adjudicating.  As the Director she looks forward to providing leadership, support and direction to the AAB on all matters related to adjudication; acting as an adviser to the ACF on the training, education and accreditation of Adjudicators; and identify the changing needs of adjudication and with the AAB developing plans to meet these.

Tara Sullivan

Tara Sullivan

Director of Information, Communication & Technology

Tara started her career in calisthenics in 1987 at the South Sydney Calisthenics Club in NSW. She quickly progressed from participant, to coach, to committee member and is currently the President of New South Wales Calisthenic Association Inc. Tara began her ACF journey in 2006 as a delegate, and is now a member of the ACF Committee of Management. She has been involved with many State Representative teams as both coach and participant, and she has coached all age sections at club level.

As a professional and qualified Project Manager and Engineer, Tara and her husband are owner operators of a successful civil construction company on the South Coast of NSW. Tara draws on her professional skills and experience when working within the realms of calisthenics, and relishes every opportunity swapping her steel capped boots for her dancing shoes.  

Kerry Fullarton

Kerry Fullarton

Executive Officer

Kerry has been involved with calisthenics for over 15 years. She has fullfilled numberous roles in both a State and National capacity, and these have included:

  • past President of Calisthenics Association of West Australia;
  • WA Delegate to ACF Council
  • Director of Planning for ACF Commitee of Management, and
  • Executive Officer for ACF Committee of Management.

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS

ACF Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) 

The role of the MPIO is to provide any members (states and individuals) with assistance in member protections issues. 
All correspondence to be addressed to the ACF Executive Officer at eo@calisthenicsaustralia.org
The ACF Executive Officer will then liaise with the ACF President to determine further progression of the complaint for distrubition to our panel of Member Protection Officers and or Complaints Investigator. 

Committee of Management Meetings 

  • 4th February, 2017 at Holiday Inn, Tullamarine - Melbourne
  • 6th May, 2017 at Holiday Inn,Tullamarine - Melbourne 
  • 19th August, 2017 at Holiday Inn, Tullamarine - Melbourne
  • 2nd December, 2017 at Holiday Inn, Tullamarine - Melbourne