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Katrina Oxenham

Katrina is a passionate Rugby enthusiast who has been involved the game for over 15 years. Katrina lives in Sydney and has four children, all of whom play Rugby.

Most recently Katrina was Chairperson of the Sydney Junior Rugby Union and a member of the Board of New South Wales Junior Rugby Union. Prior to that, she was the first female president at Mosman Junior Rugby Union Club (one of the largest Junior rugby clubs in the southern hemisphere). During this time, Katrina also worked for the New South Wales Rugby Union, involved in the National 7's and pathway programs.  

Katrina also founded the 'The Pacific Rugby Project' and 'The Fiji Project', a not for profit organisation that evolved to foster growth of the game in the Pacific, as well as provide opportunity and equipment where needed for our Pacific neighbours.

Katrina holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing), completed the  Australian Institute of Company Directors certifications, worked with the international Women's Tennis Association (WTA), Cricket Australia, Track and Field athletes and worked in Rehabilitation and Strength and Conditioning for athletes.

This podcast has been born out of Katrina's passion for the game, in particular for grassroots rugby,  and her strong desire to have the necessary conversations, giving others a voice and platform to ensure the game thrives.   

Katrina Oxenham
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