It’s a week of celebration at the Minerva Network with six members of our extended family recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2021 Honours List for outstanding service and contributions to the nation. Minerva Network Chairman and Co-Founder Christine McLoughlin, Queensland Chapter Leader Dr Sarah Kelly, Minerva WA Mentors Dr Vanessa Guthrie and Marion Fulker, Minerva Queensland Mentor Alison Sherry and Minerva Victoria Mentor Rosie King all received recognition in the Honours List announced on Monday by the Governor General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley.
Minerva Network Chairman Christine McLoughlin and Minerva Athlete Chloe Dalton spoke to ABC Radio Melbourne Mornings host Virginia Trioli about the importance of the support that Minerva provides to athletes, including those heading to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Minerva Network Chairman Christine McLoughlin has today thanked the NSW Government for agreeing to extend a ground-breaking partnership that is inspiring more young Australians to participate in sport and to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
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