Bulldogs welcome ‘Chairman Driussi’

AS a lifelong Bulldogs fan, and growing up watching his heroes on the hill at Belmore, newly appointed Chairman of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Football Club, Adam Driussi, said that like all fans, he “found it challenging to witness the NRL results over the past seven years” but is fully committed to the club’s strategy of investing in the long-term sustained success of the club.

Mr Driussi replaced John Khoury who will continue to serve as a Director of both the Football and League Club Boards, while remaining a valuable contributor to the club’s corporate, community and grassroots initiatives.
Speaking at the club’s Annual General Meeting, Mr Khoury said “serving as Chairman over the past four years has been an absolute honour”.
He said that during that time, the club assembled a new management team, achieved record commercial revenues, secured funding for the new Centre of Excellence at Belmore, underwent a comprehensive overhaul of its football program and pathways development under the leadership of Phil Gould, and welcomed a new Head Coach, Cameron Ciraldo.
“Having contributed to stabilising the club and positioning it for long-term success, now is the opportune moment for me to pass on the baton,” he said.
Mr Driussi, a Board Member since June 2022, is an accomplished actuary and the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of data analytics firm Quantium, which has a global workforce of over 1,200, helps clients such as Woolworths, Telstra, CBA, Qantas and the Government, in making informed decisions through data and analytics.
Expressing his gratitude to Mr Khoury for his tireless dedication, Mr Driussi said: “John has made an outstanding contribution to the club during his Chairmanship, stabilising it and overseeing key appointments that position us favourably for the future”.