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DIRECTORS

Committed to the Cause

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SHANE KNIGHT

Shane graduated with a Bachelor of Sports Business and completed a Diploma of Management. Shane is currently the Sports Manager for Surf Life Saving Australia. Shane co-founded The White Knight Foundation to raise funds for youths who have been innocently attacked. His motivation to start this foundation comes from his youngest brother, Liam Knight, a survivor of a violent attack caused by a gatecrashed party. Shane hopes that by highlighting the consequences of youth violence not only for the victim but also the perpetrator.







SHARON WILLIAMS

Sharon Williams FPRIA is a pioneer in the AsiaPacific marketing and public relations industry. She is the founder and CEO of Taurus Marketing.

Sharon has worked with a number of charitable organisations throughout her career, including Good Beginnings, The Bible Society and CleanUp Australia, and as a mother of three teenagers she was drawn to The White Knight Foundation and the Knight family’s courageous story of recovery.

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DAVID ROBERTS

David graduated with an Associate Degree in Policing through Charles Sturt University in 2005. He is a current member of the New South Wales Police Force and sees first hand the consequences of idiotic decisions.   
Through The White Knight Foundation, David hopes to financially support victims of crime and their families through their journey of rehabilitation as a result of their injuries. David also hopes to increase awareness about the effects that violence has on victims, their families and their friends.






ROSS BIDENCOPE




Ross is a Chartered accountant with over 25 years of experience in both the not-for-profit sector and the corporate sector. He has vast experience in business and sport development sitting on various Boards of Directors. Ross will not only bring his corporate experience toThe White Knight Foundation but his passion to end youth violence.

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