Anthony Moore Joins TBA Committee

By Tenpin Bowling Australia
November 30, 2021

The Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) board is pleased to announce that it has secured talented and experienced sports executive Anthony Moore to join its Finance, Risk & Audit Committee.

Boasting over twenty years of experience in senior leadership roles in high performing businesses, Moore has a successful track record of driving strategic planning, policy development and transformational change in sports environments.

“We are thrilled to have obtained the services of Anthony Moore to the TBA Finance, Risk & Audit Committee,” said TBA Chairman Jerome Joseph.

“To attract someone of Anthony’s calibre to play a key role in a crucial committee is really pleasing and speaks volumes for the work we are doing”.

“Anthony provides a wealth of knowledge from extensive experience that spans a variety of roles in the sports industry”, added Joseph.

After recently completing a four-year stint as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Basketball Australia, Mr Moore is currently serving as CEO of the EJ Whitten Foundation. The EJ Whitten Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that increases awareness of men’s health and prostate cancer.              

Twenty plus years of experience in the sports industry has seen Mr Moore complete a variety of roles in several elite sport organisations such as the National Basketball Association (NBA), Richmond Tigers and St Kilda AFL clubs, Cricket Australia, Australian Sports Commission and Hockey Australia.

As a senior executive with the Australian Sports Commission, Anthony led significant national initiatives in public policy, grant funding and a raft of programs designed to benefit national sporting organisations.

In 2019, Anthony was awarded a scholarship from the International Olympic Committee to attend its prestigious MEMOS program and wrote a thesis on stakeholder management as part of his Masters of Sports Management.

“I am impressed with TBA’s progress this year in a range of areas and I’m looking forward to helping the TBA Board in this role.” explained Mr Moore.

“Tenpin Bowling is a sport on the rise, and I couldn’t be more excited to share my knowledge and experience gained from my time working in the sports sector to continue the momentum”.

The TBA Finance, Risk & Audit Committee is one of three TBA committees. The role of TBA committees is designed to help direct the activity of an organisation in a specific area of responsibility.

TBA would like to welcome Anthony to the bowling community and are excited for him to get underway in his committee position from January 2022.

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