2019 Committee Members
President - nick hunter
Nick has been at ANU for many years and is the backbone of the club. He has been an Australian Representative as a Lightweight and coached some of ANU's finest rowers to International Regattas. Nick still enjoys rowing in local Canberra regattas, and is very busy making sure the club runs well for our members.
vice-president - DOUG HORN
Doug started rowing in high school at The Geelong College and was immediately obsessed. His ANU rowing success has included a University Games bronze and many upset CRC and ADFA crews. Nicknamed "the next Josh Dunkley-Smith" by no-one but himself, he hopes to bring energy and country-boy-spirit to the Vice-President role.
CAPTAIN - Sarah Edwards
Sarah started rowing in 2008 for her high school, and has been at the ANU Boat Club since moving to Canberra in 2014. Sarah started her ANUBC committee career as General Committee member in 2017. This is Sarah’s first year as Captain.
treasurer - adrienne mCkENZIE
Adrienne was first enticed into a rowing boat in 2005 and has been hooked ever since. She loves being on the water to see Canberra’s beautiful sunrises, even in the cold of winter. Adrienne has been Club Treasurer from 2009 to 2016 and again since 2018 and is coordinator of the Club’s ITR Program. In 2012 she was made Life Member in recognition of her contributions to the Club.
secretary - justine riordan
Justine took up rowing in 2010 and graduated from ANU with a degree in international relations in 2011. Justine was club Secretary from 2012 to 2014 and Vice-President from 2015 to 2016.
Vice-Captain - GEorge Ims
George was practically taught how to row before she could walk and dreams of one day being faster than her dad on the water. She has been a member of ANUBC since 2014, a coach at the club since 2015 and this is her first year as a committee member.
Committee Member - Alex Ambrosi
Committee Member - Isobel LIndsay-GEyer
Isobel started off rowing in 2013 at high school and then joined ANU Boat Club in 2018. In her first year at uni she discovered the inconvenient truth that she actually really likes this sport despite the early mornings and freezing winter training. This epiphany has lead her to become more enthusiastically involved in ANUBC as a general committee member.