The South West Women in Sport Leadership program will provide leadership training to 25 women who are currently involved in sporting clubs, local government or the broader sport sector.
Kitty Chiller is the Chief Executive Officer of Gymnastics Australia, appointed in November 2017.
In August 2018, Kitty was appointed to the International Olympic Commitee (IOC's) Athletes' Entourage Commission.
In 2016 Kitty held the role of Chef de Mission at the Rio Olympic Games (the first female for Australia in that role), and the driving force behind the successful ONE TEAM approach for Australia’s Olympic team.
In addition to her job with the Australian Olympic team Chiller is the President of Modern Pentathlon Australia and has been appointed to the International Modern Pentathlon Union's 'Sport for All' Commission.
Kitty was the Sydney 2000 Olympian in Modern Pentathlon and is a 12-time Australian champion, a 7-time world cup medallist and a 6-time world cup finalist.