Introducing Cam Sutcliffe
Hello all, I’m Cam Sutcliffe and I am the coordinator of the Power to End Violence Against Women Program within the Power Community Limited team for the Port Adelaide Football Club. I am also the current captain of the Magpies in the SANFL.
I grew up in Kadina on the Yorke Peninsula before moving to Adelaide and chasing my dream of playing football in AFL. Luckily enough I was given an opportunity to do that by Fremantle back in 2011 and spent 7 years in Perth before coming back to Adelaide and being given an opportunity to play for Port Adelaide for 2 seasons.
Having been apart of the Port Adelaide family for 2 years I have built some great relationships which is why I couldn’t have jumped at the opportunity quicker to be a part of the club again in 2021.
I look forward to working with Centacare Catholic Family Services and the Department for Education to help deliver our Power to End Violence against Women program throughout schools in South Australia.
Introducing Christine Glenn
Hi all, I’m Christine Glenn and I’ve been appointed the Aboriginal Programs Officer role within the Power Community Limited team.
I am a Mununjali and Bundjalung women of South-East Queensland and Northern New South Wales. I have lived in South Australia for the past 28 years with extended family in the Riverland and Adelaide regions with strong ties to the Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna peoples.
Port Adelaide has always been the club I follow and support since a young age, so I feel blessed to be here at this great club in the heart of Port Adelaide.
Previously to this I was working with Netball SA on the South Australian Aboriginal Secondary Training Academy (SAASTA) as mentor and assistant coach on the Aboriginal Netball Academy. I’ve spent the last four years on this program working with students’ years 10-12, also working on the Sporting Schools Australia program delivering clinics in schools with students reception to year 12 and on the RAP Advisory group.
In addition to this I love to give time and effort to my local community; I run a ATSI netball group ‘Kaleteeya Netball Club’ in the northern suburbs to children aged 5 – 18 years of age. Plus, I have been an inaugural member of the South Australian Aboriginal Junior Football Carnival where we have established the first Aboriginal junior football carnival for South Australia in 2017.
In my role at the Port Adelaide Football Club I will work closely with Braedon on delivering the Santos Power Cup Carnival in May along with other programs / projects throughout the year. I will also support the PCL team where needed and look forward to learning more about all the great programs Port Adelaide offer.
Being involved in sports, community and positively in children’s lives is something I love and I am passionate about. So, to have this opportunity to continue this work at Port Adelaide is exciting and I look forward to getting to know everyone and playing my part at this club as we strive for greatness!