Kylie Watson Wheeler Wikipedia, Age, Husband, Disney, Father, Family, Salary
Kylie Watson Wheeler Wikipedia, Age, Husband, Disney, Father, Family, Salary – The Managing Director of the Walt Disney Company Australia & New Zealand, the biggest entertainment company in the nation, Kylie Watson-Wheeler is a proud UC alumna. 44 years old is Kylie Watson. She was born in Gosford, Australia, on May 7, 1978.
Kylie Watson Wheeler Bio
|Name||Kylie Watson Wheeler|
|Age||44 years old|
|Date Of Birth||7 May 1978|
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Kylie Watson Wheeler Educational Qualifications
|College or University||UC Graduate|
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Kylie Watson Wheeler Family
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|Children||Son: Not Known|
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Kylie Watson Wheeler’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Mark Wheeler|
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Kylie Watson Wheeler News
Kylie Watson-Wheeler, the president of the Western Bulldogs and managing director of Disney Australia, has just surfaced as a late contender for the AFL CEO role.
Three well-placed AFL industry sources say the Bulldogs president might still be in the running for the post Gillon McLachlan announced he was leaving this time last year after initially saying she would not apply.
After recently interviewing internal candidates Andrew Dillon and Travis Auld as well as Richmond CEO Brendon Gale, the AFL has been silent during the protracted process. No one has been informed that they were no longer in the running for the position, according to two top football sources who preferred to remain anonymous to discuss the secret process.
The Age’s phone calls to Watson-Wheeler have gone unanswered. Her absence from the VAFA season launch in Melbourne on Wednesday night was announced to attendees on social media on Wednesday afternoon. She was scheduled to present there on Wednesday night.
Insiders in the business feel that Dillon, the AFL’s legal counsel and head of football operations, is the front-runner at this time in a process that has lasted much longer than expected when McLachlan originally announced he was stepping down a year ago. The majority of clubs, who have grown increasingly impatient with the lengthy process to choose McLachlan’s replacement, saw Gale as the favoured candidate.
To avoid overshadowing the inaugural event, AFL Chairman Richard Goyder called every AFL club president on Tuesday and informed them that McLachlan’s replacement will not be announced during Gather Round.
According to AFL sources, McLachlan is anticipated to hold the position until at least May, with a decision regarding funding for a new stadium in Hobart to be made in conjunction with the release of the Federal Budget on May 9. Tasmania will be successful in obtaining a standalone team if the funds is approved.
When they meet with the league on Friday morning in Adelaide, the CEOs of AFL clubs want an update on the search.