Nic Cavanagh
Nic moved to Wanaka with his family in 2012 with a background in major events, sports timing and teaching. He is from windy Wellington and has worked at the Rugby and Cricket World Cups and many high profile events on timing.  He now works for Snow Sports New Zealand as the High Performance Director. This role entails organising a team of athletes, coaches and support staff within New Zealand and around the globe to deliver multiple medals at the Winter Olympic and Paralympic games.  Wanaka is now firmly ‘home’ and helping our local sporting communities was the key driver for becoming a UCSC trustee.
Bronwyn Coers
Bronwyn Coers has a passion for sport, youth and family health. Over the past 25 years she has been a Health and PE teacher; sports coach; coordinator for national and regional sport and recreation initiatives and more recently designing and delivering community-based health intervention campaigns. In common with all, is an interest in communities and making positive change.
Chris Curran
A recent addition to the Trustees for the UCSCT. 
I’ve lived in Wanaka for 1 year and love the established community feeling.  My background is in IT Architecture, People & Project management, along with governance of an NSO, Clubs & Schools relating to Skateboarding. As a member of the board for Skateboarding New Zealand, we took a team to Australia to attend the Oceania Continental Championships. This is the first-time skateboarding has been represented with a Skateboarding Team. My career progression has been working various roles as an IT professional. With most things I do, there is a technology focus on how we can extract the most value, whilst  providing ROI and accomplishing the goal.
Bridget Legnavsky
Diana Schikker
Encouraging as many people as possible to be active and involved in the raft of sport and recreation opportunities in this community is my motivation for involvement in the UCSC.  Having brought our family up here and seen them through their years at Mt Aspiring College, I also have a keen interest in local youth sport and development.  While my sporting passion is primarily netball, I am also a keen tennis player, water and snow skier, swimmer, biker and walker.  Having three sons has meant lots of time spent on the sidelines at football and rugby games so I’m a keen spectator of these and many other sports as well.  I loved playing sport so much at school that I went onto study community recreation at Lincoln College and my role as a Trustee of the UCSC is a logical extension of those studies. My experience as a player, coach and sports administrator gives me a wide perspective on the challenges and joys of being involved in sport and my 30+ years spent living in Wanaka gives me a real feel for this community.

Quentin Smith
Bonny Teat

​​​​​​​I have been residing in Wanaka for 25 years after holidaying here since the late 1950’s. A retired primary school and special needs teacher, I participate in many sports and recreational activities. I have coached at school and adult level , coordinated regional and national sports events and am still a sports administrator.  As a representative of the more mature residents of the Upper Clutha region I am passionate about healthy living and keeping active throughout our lives. I hope to assist in facilitating opportunities for ALL residents to participate in recreational activities which can enrich their lives regardless of their age, mental or physical abilities.