Meet the members of your newly-formed Fan Representative Group (FRG), the Glory 10!
The concept is part of a league-wide initiative to improve and increase fan engagement, with every club committing to create its own group.
Kim Hawkins has been elected from this group to represent the club in the newly-formed League Fan Representative Group and minutes from the group meetings will be shared between the clubs and the League and published on official channels.
With a background in adult education, mainly in the early childhood and disability sectors, Kim is aware of the importance of inclusion and participation in sport.
With her varied executive level career positions, Kim has led a number of committees and groups at a state and national level.
Kim has previously been a keen football player, coach and administrator and her family have been Glory supporters since 1996 despite living interstate and in rural WA for many years.
A devoted father, Adam has been involved in grassroots football in various capacities for over 20 years.
A Glory supporter since the NSL days and a Member for the past 15 years, he has worked extensively in the energy and resource sectors, predominantly in policy, advocacy, government and stakeholder engagement roles.
Jarod is Head of Operations for the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia incorporating the Western Australian Aviation College and has been a Glory supporter for more than a decade.
He attends Glory games with his young daughter and is keen to help the club explore new ways to both engage with its current an base and attract new supporters.
A Personal Trainer and Nutrition Advisor, Isabella is a passionate and driven supporter of the club who is also actively involved in local junior football.
She is keen to see a greater connection established between Glory and local grassroots clubs.
David is the current President of the Glory Shed Supporters Club who was introduced to Glory by his father in the late 1990s.
A warehouse team leader for Fluiconnecto Ryco, he is renowned for his passionate support for the club and is a keen collector of Glory memorabilia.
Sean has been a Glory Member since the club was founded in 1996 and is a well-known figure in the Perth football media thanks to his work as a presenter on Radio Fremantle’s The World Football Programme.
He is a life member of a State League football club and is employed in administration as a public servant.
A dedicated Glory Member for well over 20 years, Amanda has previous experience on a number of the club’s previous fan representative bodies and is a strong advocate for active support.
Currently a member of the P&C committee of Armadale Primary School and the Perth Stadium’s Sports Fans User Group, she also formerly served on a number of other sporting club committees in her local area.
Amanda works as a partner in her family’s excavating business.
A former host of the Sokkah Podcast, Trent works as a consultant in Data Science and his passion for Perth Glory dates back to the days of the NSL.
He has experience coaching at clubs, privately and within schools.
Trent also plays in the State League for Curtin University FC and is keen to see Glory strengthen its connection to grassroots football in WA.
Jessica has been a Glory Member since 2010 and also has a strong interest in the EPL and Serie A.
She regularly attends local games in Perth to watch family and friends play soccer, while also enjoys attending a variety of other sporting events including dancing competitions, AFL and basketball games.
Jessica is keen to help improve the matchday experience and entertainment for fans at HBF Park, would like to increase the involvement of younger children and aspiring football stars on gameday and also hopes to improve Member benefits and incentives for club supporters.
A Glory Member since the club was founded in 1996, Alan has spent his entire life playing, coaching and watching football.
A fully-qualified carpenter and joiner by trade, he has a long association with Ballajura Soccer Club where he is a long-standing juniors coach.