PERTH LYNX & BASKETBALL WA ANNOUNCES DEPARTURE OF CEO
PERTH LYNX / BASKETBALL WA ANNOUNCES DEPARTURE OF CEO
Perth, Western Australia – The Board of Directors of Basketball WA announces today that Rob Clement has decided to step down as the Chief Executive Officer after eight years of dedicated service to the Association.
During his tenure, Rob has made significant contributions to Basketball WA and has played a crucial role in the growth and development of basketball across the state. Under his leadership, the sport has experienced a surge in popularity and increased participation.
Rob was responsible for the successful rebranding of the SBL to the NBL1 West league, which has helped to elevate the profile of basketball in the state and attract new fans to the sport. He has also worked tirelessly to build strong relationships with stakeholders, sponsors, and community organizations, ensuring that basketball continues to thrive in the state.
“Over the last eight years, Rob has been an integral part of the success of Basketball WA, and we are deeply grateful for his contributions to the organisation and the sport of basketball,” said Fiona Notley, Chair of the Board. “We wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”
The Board of Directors is committed to identifying a new CEO with the experience and vision necessary to build on Rob Clement’s accomplishments and take Basketball WA to the next level. They are confident that the Association is well-positioned for continued growth and success.
“Moving forward, we remain committed to the development and growth of basketball in the state,” said Fiona Notley. “We are excited to begin the search for a new CEO and look forward to identifying a candidate who can build on Rob’s achievements and take the sport to new heights.”
Basketball WA would like to express its gratitude to Rob Clement for his unwavering commitment, hard work, and dedication to the Association and the sport of basketball in the state. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours.