AFL Barwon welcomes onboard Pip Jankowski as the newest member of the AFL Barwon Commission. Pip is currently employed as Head of People and Culture at Leisure Networks and has extensive professional experience, particularly in People and Culture (Human Resource Management).
“I am really pleased to be joining the AFL Barwon Commission. I love community football and netball, I always have – as a participant and as a supporter,” Jankowski said. “To be able to leverage my professional experience, particularly in People & Culture and Leadership, and contribute to community football and netball in this capacity is really exciting.”
“I look forward to seeing community football and netball grow and prosper in the Barwon Region via strong leadership and governance by the Commission. I feel a great sense of alignment to AFL Barwon’s values and as part of the AFL Barwon Team I look forward to living these values, being Accountable, Progressive and Respectful.”
AFL Barwon Commission Chairman Craig Keating added,
“We are delighted to welcome a person like Pip onto the AFL Barwon Commission. Pip already has extensive knowledge and passion for our region through her role at Leisure Networks as Head of People and Culture, and we are excited to see her help contribute to the growth of the Barwon Region.
“The Commission is always looking at ways to continue to uphold the AFL Barwon values of Accountable, Progressive and Respectful, and Pip’s appointment goes a long way towards that.”
Jankowski has more than 20 years’ experience as a People and Culture professional, working across various industries with organisations including Kraft Foods Limited, TAC, Steggles/Bartter Enterprises and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.