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Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games aspires to create a lasting social, economic and environmental legacy.

The Queensland Government aims to capitalise on sport and Brisbane 2032 as agents for positive change through a legacy-led approach that will drive benefits for the next 20 years and beyond.

Brisbane 2032 will be transformational for Queensland, helping to:

  • accelerate long-term priorities;
  • promote healthy, inclusive and active communities and involvement in grass roots sport;
  • showcase the arts, sustainable initiatives, and our First Nations peoples and culture; and
  • open up tourism, trade and business opportunities.

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee will share their diverse expertise and perspectives to provide advice on legacy opportunities, advocate for and promote legacy initiatives, and assist with strategies to encourage community participation and support.

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee members include:

  • Chair: The Honourable Stirling Hinchliffe MP—Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport and Minister Assisting the Premier on Olympics and Paralympics Sport and Engagement
  • Deputy Chair: Georgina Richters—First Nations consultant
  • Sharon Boyce—educator, author and disability advocate
  • Cameron Costello—Quandamooka traditional owner and passionate advocate for reconciliation
  • Wayne Gerard—Company Director, CEO, Founder and innovation advocate
  • Danya Hodgetts—sporting advocate and sport and physical activity researcher
  • Diaswati Mardiasmo—economist in the housing and property sector, researcher, diversity and inclusion advocate
  • Ashleigh Morris—internationally recognised expert in circular economy
  • Cameron Pegg—communications consultant and inclusive sport advocate
  • Ingrid Proud—experienced major event professional
  • Imogen Ruyg—17-year-old Normanton resident and Queensland Youth Parliament Member for Gladstone
  • John Wagner—business leader and founder, advocate for regional Queensland
  • Siwei Zhu—17-year-old student representative and school council member

The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee will meet up to four times per year with committee members appointed for an initial 12-month term.