Chris Judd is a Carlton life member and Board member of the Carlton Football Club. He played 134 games for the West Coast Eagles over a six year career, where he captained his side to a Premiership in 2006. The following year Judd was traded to Carlton and was awarded the captaincy of the club entering into his first season with the Blues.
Chris is a founder and current director of Jaggad, an Australian sports apparel company, and since retiring from football has worked in funds management, before focusing on various media roles and investing in micro-cap listed equities in a private capacity.Chris Judd
“we’re getting people job ready… for the sporting industry”
As the second member of three generations of Silvagni’s to represent the Blues, Stephen is regarded as one of the greatest ever full-backs to play the game. He was named as full-back in the AFL Team of the Century in 1996 and is also an inductee in the Australian Football Hall of Fame.
A two-time premiership player, Stephen played 312 games for the Blues before entering into coaching roles post his career. In 2011, Silvagni took on the role of list manager with the Greater Western Sydney Giants. He returned to Carlton as list manager in 2015 where he remains today.Stephen Silvagni
“talent identification… it’s a big industry & there are great opportunities”
Chloe Dalton has made an impressive start to her football career since crossing codes from women’s Rugby Sevens at the beginning of 2018. The Rio Olympic gold medalist was named deputy vice-captain of Carlton’s inaugural VFLW side in 2018 and went on to be rookie-listed for AFLW 3.0. Dalton featured in nine games in her debut season, including the Club’s maiden AFLW Grand Final appearance. Away from football, Chloe is a qualified physiotherapist and has a unique understanding of high-performance sport from both an athletic and a medical perspective.
“it’s all about getting hands on experience, which I think is the best way to learn”
Paul Gastin is Professor and Head of Sport and Exercise Science at La Trobe University. Paul’s teaching and research focuses on innovation in sport science and coaching practice to enhance the performance of people and organisations across the sport participation spectrum. His work is multidisciplinary and includes athlete monitoring, performance management and sport system development. Paul is an Exercise and Sport Science Australia accredited L2 Sports Scientist and High Performance Manager and has worked in Olympic/Paralympic and professional sport in Australia and overseas.Paul Gastin