The board

THE WAGGA WAGGA  BUSINESS CHAMBER BOARD

ANDREW BELL

President

Andrew Bell has been the General Manager of Wagga RSL Club for over sixteen years and has overseen the diversification and growth of the business to a top 100 Club within NSW. He holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University and, before joining the Club industry in 1989, had extensive experience in public service administrative roles, primarily with CSIRO. He started in the Club industry at the Deniliquin RSL Club where he was appointed General Manager in 1996.

He is the current Vice President of the RSL and Services Clubs Association Board of Directors and Southern Sports Academy Board and holds a directorship with the Operation Care Benevolent Fund. He also represents the region as State Councillor for ClubsNSW in the Riverina South West region.
DANIELLE WAIT

Vice President

Danielle is an experienced human resources professional who has specialised in commercial and internal recruitment across a range of industries for the past ten years in Sydney. Having recently returned to Wagga Wagga, she is currently working as an industry training consultant for the Apprenticeship Support Australia, a division of the NSW Business Chamber, whilst completing a Bachelor of Business. She is also a co-organiser for the Essentials for Women of Wagga campaign and has successfully built strong economic and social networks as a result of her work within the region.

Danielle is passionate about business and believes strongly in the role that the Wagga Wagga Business Chamber and wider chamber movement play in supporting our local business owners to achieve success

ANDREW PRYOR

Treasurer

Andrew commenced work as an accounting cadet with Tubemakers of Australia Limited, which employed approximately 7,000 people Australia wide. In 1991, Andrew joined Twomeys and was made partner in 1994. As part of the firm’s growth strategy, Andrew and his family moved from Cootamundra to Wagga Wagga in 2002 and in 2011 was appointed Managing Principal of the firm.

DANIEL DONEBUS

Daniel was born and raised in Wagga Wagga where he completed his primary and secondary schooling before leaving to attend the Australian National University where he obtained degrees in law, accounting and economics. Subsequently, Daniel worked in Sydney for an international professional services consulting firm before returning to Wagga Wagga to practise law.

Daniel is currently in-house legal counsel to a private investment group, Vice President of the South West Slopes Law Society, director of a regionally based finance company, a trustee of the Riverina Cancer Care Centre Trust and has extensive community and charity group involvement. He has previously served as director and treasurer of the Wagga Wagga Chamber of Commerce & Industry and as a director of the Wagga Wagga Business Enterprise Centre. Daniel’s contribution to the Board includes his extensive business and management experience as well as his passion to see the city of Wagga Wagga reach its potential.

JAMES WALLACE

COLLIN TAGGART

Colin Taggart is a publisher of magazines and an online media specialist. As a marketing and communications professional he has started, managed and successfully sold advertising agencies and technology companies in Europe. Publisher of RAAF Base Wagga and The Kapooka March Out Guide, he is very involved in promoting Wagga as a great place to live, work and invest.

TIM McMULLNEN


YANA CONSTABLE


MICHELLE WEICK
Michelle Weick is very passionate about the success of local business and her role as Territory Manager at Viatek enables her to work closely with businesses across the Riverina providing solutions to improve efficiencies within their business. Her role is wide and varied within the local Viatek business and as the most senior person, is partly responsible for the overall leadership and commercial operations of the business. Michelle also enjoys serving on the Kurrajong Race Day Committee raising funds to provide support, training and opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities.

EVERY MEMBER OF THE BOARD IS A MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY

WAGGA WAGGA BUSINESS CHAMBER'S AWARDS

2016 regional finalist
2016 regional winner
2015 state finalist
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