Premiership player Rod Jameson has been re-elected to the Adelaide Football Club’s Board of Directors on a two-year term.
There was one position open for eligible Members to contest and at the close of nominations last Friday, Jameson was the only nomination received.
Current financial Crows Members were able to put themselves forward with an independently-run election to be held if required.
Jameson has a wealth of football experience and is currently employed as an Adelaide-based Business Director at the Childhood Cancer Association.
He sits on the Club’s Finance and Heritage committees, as well as overseeing the formation of the Past Players and Officials Board which he now Chairs.
The former defender is also part of the Inaugural Hall of Fame Committee and has been on the Crows Children’s Foundation Board since 2010.
Jameson said it was a privilege to continue serving the Club.
“The Adelaide Football Club is and will continue to be a significant part of my life,” Jameson said.
“I have been involved in one way or another since day one and the unwavering support provided by our loyal Members and fans has been nothing short of extraordinary.
“We have made significant improvements and progress across all parts of the organisation but there is a great deal more to be done as we work collaboratively towards a premiership.”
Crows Chairman Rob Chapman said the Board of Directors nomination and election process was important as it gave Members a voice.
“Rod has an extensive football and business background and boasts passion for the Club that few can match,” Chapman said.
“Our Board has a well-rounded skillset and a great deal has been achieved in the past 18 months, and there is a lot to be excited about this year and beyond.”
Adelaide’s Board of Directors are Rob Chapman (Chairman), Jim Hazel, Bob Foord, Andrew Payze, Kate Gould, Mark Ricciuto, Rod Jameson, Linda Fellows and Andrew Fagan.