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GOVERNANCE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

UOW Pulse is a not for profit organisation, with proceeds from everything purchased on campus going straight back into enriching student life on campus. Whether that’s through events, entertainment, activities or through our clubs and societies and volunteering programs.

UOW Pulse was established in 2016. It came to be with the merging of the  institution’s Students Union and the Sports Association. UOW Pulse is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which is governed by a professional Board including an elected Student-Director, and committees including the Pulse Advisory Committee comprising of current UOW students.

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SHAUN MINOQUE

Non-Executive Director

CHRISTINE OTOOLE
CHRISTINE O'TOOLE

Non-Executive Director

KATHLEEN PACKER
KATHLEEN PACKER

Executive Director

MATTHEW WRIGHT
MATTHEW WRIGHT

Executive Director

JANENE KELLAWAY

Non-Executive Director

Alf Maccioni

ALF MACCIONI

Chief Executive Officer

  • CONSTITUTION
  • $ 100 Per Month
  • The Constitution provides an overview of the rules and regulations surrounding the governance of UOW Pulse Limited including the Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer, Committees and Advisory Committees.
  • READ CONSTITUTION
  • STRATEGIC PLAN
  • $ 100 Per Month
  • The 2021-2023 Strategic Plan sets out our core priorities, goals and objectives. We aim to support the University of Wollongong in achieving its goal to be in the top 1% of universities in the world by providing a vibrant campus experience and quality services and facilities for students, staff and the community.
  • VIEW STRATEGIC PLAN
  • ANNUAL REPORT
  • $ 100 Per Month
  • The Annual Report outlines financial performance and outcomes of UOW Pulse Limited over the past financial year.
  • READ ANNUAL REPORT

SAFE AND RESPECTFUL COMMUNITIES

UOW Pulse is committed to creating a safe and respectful environment for all members of our community. UOW Pulse places the highest priority on providing a safe study, living and working environment. Sexual assault and sexual harassment matters are dealt with under a ‘support first’ model and individuals are encouraged to report any incident for investigation.

COMBATING MODERN SLAVERY

Modern slavery affects some 40 million people across the globe, with women and girls disproportionately affected. This grave violation of human rights is unacceptable. Find the UOW 2022 Modern Slavery statement here.

REPORTS

Historic Annual Reports for the University of Wollongong Union, Wollongong UniCentre and University Recreation & Aquatic Centre Ltd are available in the University digital archives.