[A detailed Resume/CV can be found on my LinkedIn page]
Dr Danya Hodgetts is a Sport Management consultant, educator and researcher who works in both the sport industry and academia. Over her career, she has been worked within all sections of sporting pathway, as well physical activity initiatives targeting the broader community. As a Partner of Dangerous Minds Consulting, she has worked with Sport Australia and numerous national sport organisations to develop and improve sporting pathways.
She is currently a Research Fellow at Central Queensland University, where she is managing a research project implementing artificial intelligence and behaviour change mechanisms to increase physical activity. Danya ha published research into the legacies left by prior Olympic and Paralympic Games and continues to research in event legacy.
She is driven to ensure that the Brisbane 2032 event is used to deliver outcomes across all communities in Queensland, with a focus on regional areas. Danya is passionate about sport and its ability to generate social, heal change. Danya patrolling member of Emu Park Surf Life Saving Club and a volunteer committee member with Rocky City Swimming Club and Surfing Mums Australia.