Contact Us – Branch Team
The Chief Commissioner is the highest position of Scouts Queensland with functions and powers described in the Constitution which includes accountability for all Scout activities with the Branch.
This volunteer position is also a member of the Scouts Australia National Operations Committee and the National Council.
Youth Program Team
The Branch Youth Program Team provides support to all members about the program aspects of Scouting. Each portfolio in this Team is responsible for a specialist area of our program including each Section, youth involvement, environment, performing arts, heritage, special needs and STEM. To ensure an active youth voice in this Team the Chair of the Branch Youth Council and the Queensland Branch Rover Council are also members.
Queensland Branch Youth Council
The Development Team – includes the Development Support Officer, Program Development Officer, Fellowships and the Branch Alumni. This team has responsibility for growing Scouting across Queensland in line with our Strategic Plan and supporting Regions, Districts and Groups to achieve that outcome.
The team also works through the Program Development Officer to initiate programs that are focussed on Brand Awareness, Membership and Revenue again aligned to the Strategic Plan. The team works closely with the Brand and Sponsorship in seeking to drive initiatives that lift the profile of Scouting across Queensland at a Government and Community Level.
Adults in Scouting
Branch Commissioner Adult Membership Process Custodian
Darryl Clare OAM
Branch Commissioner (Vocational Education and Training)
Branch Commissioner (Adult Training and Development)
Assistant Branch Commissioner Adult Training and Development Resources
Assistant Branch Commissioner Adult Training and Development Transformation
International and Diversity and Inclusion
The Project Commissioner role is responsible for the International and Diversity and Inclusion portfolios. This portfolio works to support and enable Scouts Queensland members to attend the many international Scouting events that take place each year or to plan your own international Scouting adventure. The Diversity and Inclusion portfolio works to assist Formations and individuals in ensuring that Scouts Queensland remains inclusive for all regardless of gender, sexuality, race, religion and abilities.
Diversity and Inclusion
Kirsty Brown AM