Main content

Judd formally joins Board

The Journey | S2E7 Season 2 | Episode 7. In the final episode of Season 2 of The Journey, go behind-the-scenes as Carlton wrap up the 2017 season.

CARLTON Football Club would like to acknowledge the services of outgoing Director Adrian Gleeson, who last night retired from his duties on the Board of the Club.

Former Carlton captain Chris Judd has now officially been appointed in the Director role, assuming the football and list management portfolio.

Gleeson, a premiership player who played 176 games between 1986 and 1996, served as a Board Member over an 11-year period.

Earlier this year, Judd was nominated to fill the casual vacancy that was created by Gleeson’s pending retirement. The independent nominations committee recommended to the Board that Judd be appointed as a Director, which the Board accepted.

Arriving at Carlton at the end of 2007 after six seasons at West Coast, Judd captained the Blues between 2008-2012. A premiership player, Judd’s successes are well documented, winning two Brownlow Medals in 2004 and 2010, six-time All-Australian, a five-time best-and-fairest winner and Norm Smith Medallist.  

Since retiring from the game in 2015, Judd has also established an extensive business portfolio – involved in various business development roles at the St Kilda-based Impact Investment Group, and as part owner of Jaggad – a functional sports performance apparel brand.  

Mark LoGiudice (President), Jeanne Pratt (Vice President), Luke Sayers, Kate Jenkins, Zac Fried, Marcus Clarke and Craig Mathieson also make up the full Board of Directors of the Carlton Football Club.