The Clough Foundation is proud to welcome former Olympic Gold medallist Rechelle Hawkes OAM to the board of directors.
This appointment provides additional experience and expertise to the foundation, complementing the group of existing directors. “The knowledge and networks our new director provides will support new initiatives and strengthen the foundation’s growth” said Clough Foundation Chairman, Paul Kelly.
“I am delighted to be appointed to the Clough Foundation Board and look forward to working closely with the board to drive community initiatives aligned with Clough's six Corporate Social Responsibility pillars, which focuses on Children and Youth, Empowering Women, The Arts, Healthy Communities, Indigenous, and Education” said Rechelle.
Rechelle Hawkes OAM is one of only two Australian women to win Olympic Gold medals at three separate Olympic Games. Captain of the Australian female Hockey Team, the Hockeyroos, for eight years, Rechelle competed in four Olympic Games, winning three Olympic Gold medals.
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About the Clough Foundation
The Clough Foundation is a Charitable Trust that governs Clough’s philanthropic investment decisions. Overseen by a semi-independent board, the Foundation provides support to organisations, communities or causes that provide sustainable benefits to society.
All investment decisions align with Clough’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy which is underpinned by six pillars: Children & Youth, Arts, Indigenous, Empowering Women, Education and Healthy Communities.