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Mark LoGiudice is a lifelong Carlton supporter and a member of the Inner Blue. He is also a member of the Carltonians, (since 1995), Carlton’s longest serving and original Coterie Group. 

He joined the Carlton Board in February 2010. He was elected Vice President in October 2013 and later appointed President in June 2014.

Mark has been in the property industry since 1986 and is the Managing Director of Crawfords Group, a family owned investment company established in 1966.

Crawfords Group is involved in the investment and development of commercial, industrial and retail property.

Further to his property interests, Mark is a Director of LaManna Premier Group, a national farming, marketing and logistics company.

Outside of his corporate activities, Mark is a long standing member of RCH 1000, which actively raises funds for research at the Royal Children’s Hospital.

Board Portfolios: Commercial Projects, Finance, Audit & Risk, AFL Compliance, Risk & Integrity



Jeanne Pratt has been a long time supporter of the Carlton Football Club in her own right, as well as in conjunction with her late husband Richard. The Pratt name is synonymous with the Club through a 60-year association.

In 2009, Jeanne was made Patron of the Club, a position previously held by Richard. In 2011 she joined the Board of Directors.

Jeanne is Co-Chairman of Visy, established in Melbourne in 1948 and now one of the world's largest privately owned packaging, paper and recycling companies.Outside of her corporate activities, Jeanne devotes much of her life to the arts and to the community. The Pratt Foundation one of the largest private sources of philanthropy in Australia, having helped hundreds of charities raise more than $200 million since the Foundation’s inception in 1978.

Board Portfolio: Commercial Projects



Luke Sayers is the CEO of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman for East Cluster, PwC's Asia-Pacific network of firms.

Under Luke's leadership PwC Australia is focused on delivering value to clients, lending expertise to help address important national issues, and contributing to communities around Australia.

Since joining PwC in 1991 Luke has held a number of positions, including being a Global Relationship Partner for some of the firm's most important clients. He spent five years living in Washington DC, before returning to Australia in 2001. 

Luke is also on the Board of Special Olympics Australia, the Global Foundation, and Chair of the Melbourne Chapter of the Australian Business and Community Network (ABCN).

Luke lives in Melbourne with his wife and four daughters.

Board Portfolio: Finance, Audit & Risk



Craig Mathieson joined Carlton's Board in October 2012. He brings to the Board expertise in finance, and is the CEO of The Mathieson Group. He was previously the CEO of DMS Glass.

Craig grew up supporting Carlton and remains passionate about the Club. He is the son of Carlton Life Member Don Mathieson, who has been a member of the Carltonians for more than 25 years.

Board Portfolio: Northern Blues/List Management



Chris Judd is a Carlton life member. He played for the West Coast Eagles for six years where he captained a Premiership before moving to Carlton where he also captained them and gained life membership of the club after 8 years of service.

Chris is a founder and current director of Jaggad, an Australian sports apparel company, and since retiring from football has worked in funds management, before focusing on various media roles and investing in micro-cap listed equities in a private capacity.

Board Portfolio: Football and List Management



In his role as Director and Partner at Egon Zehnder International, David Campbell boasts extensive knowledge and experience relating to organisational culture and leadership and will superbly lead Carlton's refreshed People and Culture portfolio to assist in the continuing cultural shift and talent development of our proud football club.

Campbell will provide the Club with the expertise to continue its pursuit to become one of Australia’s sporting employers of choice by appointing quality people in the right roles and improving leadership and culture both on and off the field.

He has already established strong relationships with the Carlton Football Club as an external contributor since 2015, playing a significant role in the appointments of both senior coach Brendon Bolton and Chief Executive Officer Cain Liddle, along with other key executives in recent years.

Board Portfolio: People & Culture



Reflecting Carlton’s significant investment in women’s football, Patty Kinnersly made history by becoming the Blues’ first designated Board member to manage the AFLW/VFLW programs, working closely with fellow director Chris Judd across the Club’s football programs.

As CEO of Our Watch, a national organisation driving change in cultures, attitudes and behaviours against domestic violence, Kinnersly will continue to enhance the work of Carlton's flagship community program in Carlton Respects, as well as the Club's community and diversity programs more broadly.

Alongside an extensive corporate career in senior roles across the health sector and over a decade of governance experience, Kinnersly also has 14 years of playing experience in the VWFL for the Ballarat Lions, Fairfield Falcons and Parkside Magpies, playing in five premierships and representing Victoria on 10 occasions, twice as captain.

Board Portfolio: Women's Football, Community & Diversity


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Christopher Townshend is a highly regarded Victorian barrister with over 26 years of experience. Townshend specialises in Planning and Environment Law with a focus on major infrastructure and development projects.

Together with his vast experience in Planning and Environment Law, Townshend’s expertise also includes player advocacy within the AFL and other sporting codes.

Townshend has represented institutions and the state government for major infrastructure projects including Metro Rail Tunnel Project and Westgate Tunnel Project.
This experience will be invaluable in guiding the Club’s Master Plan that will see $35 million in state and federal government funding go towards the redevelopment of Ikon Park.