Board of Directors

Craig Heatley Netball WA Board Member Headshot

President - Craig Heatley FCA, GAICD, B.Bus (Appointed Director)

Craig Heatley has more than 25 years' experience in providing external audit services along with improving financial systems and controls and solving complex financial reporting challenges for companies, much of it as a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Working as a chartered accountant led to trotting the globe from Canada to the United Kingdom, Middle East and a number of countries in Africa, as well as being stationed predominantly in the United States and Australia.

As a family man who played hockey all his life, Craig's passion to help others and giving back to the community led to joining not-for-profit organisations, which help children often in a sporting or parenting support capacity.

In addition to Netball WA, Craig is also a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit and Investment Committee at St John WA. He was previously the Chair of Red Nose Australia and Non-Executive Director of The Fathering Project. Craig tackles life challenges with the motto: 'The standard you walk past is the standard you accept. 

Craig also has two young daughters who participate in Netball at the Matthews Netball Centre on a Saturday morning and he can be found on the sidelines playing a team role. 


Natasha Aristei (Elected Director)

Natasha Aristei has 35 years of experience in managing a business in building and construction, plumbing, industrial and domestic gas, franchising, and retail industries. She has developed a diverse range of business skills including Leadership, Management, Human Resources, Finance and Administration, Marketing and Advertising and Excellence in Customer Service.

Natasha thrives on challenges and constantly seeks opportunities to innovate and adapt to changing markets. A coaching background ensures she values and supports every member of her team and a strong belief in giving back to her community drives her passion to volunteer.

A past regional President, an advanced accredited coach and a C Badge umpire, her focus has been the development of netball in regional areas and how we can improve opportunities and outcomes. She is enthusiastic about the Shooting Stars programs that are so effective in the North West Region.

Natasha currently volunteers with the Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Water Corporation Kimberley Community Grants Scheme, Broome Surf Life Saving Club and Regional Development Australia Kimberley.  She believes in embracing change and encouraging innovation.

At her local courts, Natasha gives back by coaching NetSetGO, 16U, Senior and Regional levels. She initiated the Broome Junior Development Camp and coordinated the program for numerous years.  Natasha received the Netball WA Volunteer of the Year Award in 2013.

Dana Sawka Board Member of Netball WA

Dana Sawka (Appointed Director)

Dana is an experienced marketing and communications professional with specialist experience in digital technology. She has delivered strategic communications for a number of WA’s major redevelopment projects within the urban renewal and planning sectors and has a strong background in sport and entertainment venues management.  

Dana has a passion for netball, having played for many years at Wanneroo Districts Netball Association, and was a member of Netball WA’s Marketing Advisory Committee in 2016. 

Trish Robinson

Trish Robinson (Elected Director)

Trish Robinson has been a small business owner for more than 38 years in the Gift Industry.

Her involvement in netball spans 40 years - from playing and coaching, to holding various Association Board and Committee roles that includes being President of Wanneroo Districts Netball Association, West Coast Netball Region, and the GIG WA Netball League Club - West Coast Warriors.

Trish received Life Membership from all three in recognition of her contribution to them.

In 2022, Trish was awarded the Netball WA Service to Sport Award in recognition of the work she had done over the previous 30 years.

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Lisa Wynne (Elected Director)

Lisa Wynne is an experienced company Director, Chief Financial officer and Company Secretary with a passion for netball. 

Lisa is a Director of consulting firm, Sila Consulting, which provides corporate governance, company secretarial, accounting and board services for listed and non-listed entities. She has over 17 years of board level experience across the commercial sector with a particular focus on governance, risk management, finance, accounting, corporate services and strategy.

Lisa is a former netball player and coach of her young daughter’s netball team.

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Skye Miller (Appointed Director)

Skye Miller is Senior Legal Counsel for Australian Finance Group where she advises the company on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters relating to contracting, credit, corporate governance, advertising, intellectual property, privacy and dispute resolution.

Skye has a keen interest in sports law and has acted for a number of sporting organisations including Basketball Australia, the Australian Football League and the West Australian Football Commission in relation to sports integrity issues. She is a current member of the Australian New Zealand Sports Law Association and was a board member of the West Australian Women’s Football League from 2019-2021. 

Glenda Kickett

Dr Glenda Kickett (Appointed Director)

Dr Glenda Kickett is a proud Whadjuk and Ballardong Noongar woman, who is the Program Coordinator for the Australian Childhood Foundation and has also been the NAIDOC Perth Chairperson since 2008.  She is a leading woman in the Noongar community in Perth, with an outstanding career working with Aboriginal people in WA, where she has played a vital leading role in developing social work practice and policy to benefit the various Aboriginal sectors with which she has worked.

Glenda is also the Chairperson of the Glass Jar Australia Board, which she has served on since March 2017.  An initiative of Netball WA, Glass Jar Australia runs the Shooting Stars program, which uses netball and other tools as the vehicles to drive greater engagement and attendance at school of young Aboriginal girls living in WA’s remote communities and regional towns.

Nadia Mitsopoulos

Nadia Mitsopoulos (Casual Elected Director)

Nadia Mitsopoulos is a journalist and broadcaster with 30 years experience in television and radio.

She currently hosts the Mornings program on ABC Radio Perth.

After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree, Nadia worked as a journalist at GWN and Ten Network, before moving overseas to join Associated Press in London as a producer. On her return she became the State Political Reporter for Nine News.

Nadia moved to ABC Radio in 2013, working initially as a producer before presenting the Focus and Breakfast programs. She moved to the Mornings program in 2021.

Nadia spent decades playing netball before injuries got the better of her.