Student Sport Advisory Council | Sport and recreation
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Student Sport Advisory Council

The Student Sport Advisory Council has been established to represent the interests of the student and university community in Sport and Recreation at Curtin University. Council Representatives provide advice to Curtin Sport and Recreation regarding strategic direction, initiatives, operations and programs.

Vision: Nurturing a healthy, successful Curtin community with a passionate sense of connection to sport at the university.

Purpose statement:

  1. Provide a student perspective on the sport and recreation programs at Curtin University, encouraging growth in participation and engagement.
  2. Negotiate and propose solutions to address Curtin University student concerns across a range of Portfolios.

The role of your Council representatives

  • Serve as ambassadors of Curtin Sport and Recreation to the University community
  • Meet regularly to collaborate on ideas and discuss issues regarding sport and recreation at Curtin University
  • Provide feedback and recommendations to Curtin Sport and Recreation regarding operations, initiatives and programs
  • Communicating with students and providing correct information to get involved

Your 2022 Council representatives

Kiriill Butler

Kiriill Butler

Co-chair | Uniform & branding
Field of study: Data Science & Finance (Faculty of Science & Engineering)
Sport: Volleyball
Fun fact: I was in the top 0.2% of Calvin Harris listeners last year according to Spotify
Why I joined CUSSAC: To help develop sport at the university, sharing my perspectives as the captain of the men’s volleyball team

Alex Chua

Alex Chua

Co-chair | Marketing, engagement & communication
Field of study: Bachelor of Education ā€“ Secondary (Faculty of Humanities)
Sport: Volleyball & Badminton
Hometown: Quezon City, Philippines
Fun fact: I have shin splints
Why I joined CUSSAC: Creating change and increasing participation in social and representative sport so students can make the most of their university experience

Georgia Inglis

Georgia Inglis

Alumni connection | Uniform & branding
Field of study: Faculty of Health Science

Patrick Steber

Patrick Steber

Co-chair | Representative sport
Field of study: Mechanical Engineering (Faculty of Science & Engineering)
Sport: Volleyball
Hometown: Doodlakine, WA
Fun fact: Have never broken a bone
Why I joined CUSSAC: I felt it was a good opportunity to make an impact on sport at Curtin and bring positive change to the University

Mason Tion

Mason Tion

Elite atheltes | Marketing, engagement & communication | Representative sport (UBL)
Field of study: Bachelor of Education (Faculty of Humanities)
Sport: Basketball
Hometown: Katanning/Albany, WA
Fun fact: Can do a backflip
Why I joined CUSSAC: I want to help promote sport and allow other students to get the most out of their time at Curtin.

Ella Thornton-Elliot

Ella Thornton-Elliott

Alumni connection | Uniform & branding
Field of study: Bachelor of Commerce (Faculty of Business & Law)
Sport: Basketball
Hometown: Perth, WA
Fun fact: I have bilateral sensorineural hearing loss in both ears
Why I joined CUSSAC: Creating pathways in sport and promoting success is a chance for me to make a difference during my studies here at Curtin University. Iā€™m excited to be a part of it!

Amy Woodfield

Amy Woodfield

Co-chair | Clubs & Alumni connection
Field of study: PhD Biomedical Science (Faculty of Health Science)
Sport: Field hockey
Hometown: Esperance, WA
Fun fact: I grew up on a farm in a small town called Grass Patch, I was the only girl in my year group at school

Edith Wong

Edith Wong

Social sports, recreation & fitness
Field of study: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy ā€“ Honours (Faculty of Health Science)
Sport: Volleyball
Hometown: Hong Kong
Fun fact: I once binged watch all series of Twilight in a day
Why I joined CUSSAC: I want to promote sporting culture at Curtin, improve sporting expereinces for students and increase the sporting standards.