Workers Lifestyle Group directors, management and staff proudly salute our President, Kay Kelly, who is stepping down after 16 years of exceptional leadership.  

Kay became President in 2008 and has been a director for 29 years of WLG (or Blacktown Workers Club, as it was previously).  She has been a member since 1976, three years after she joined Workers Blacktown’s staff. In 2023 Kay was recognised by ClubsNSW with a Lifetime Achievement Award recognising her 50 years of service to Workers Lifestyle Group.  

Kay said the time is right for her to retire.

“This was a very heart wrenching decision for me to make as I have always loved what I do and have been very proud and privileged to part of Workers Lifestyle Group.  

“This could not have been achieved without the support of my family and our Club Members who have shown me so much support, kindness, encouragement, and respect as I have moved through those years.   

“I have made many friends along the way, both past and present, which has made a hugely positive impact on my life,” she said.  

Kay ran her own promotions company for 35 years, while raising a family, advancing the role of women in the club industry and giving more than 5,000 hours to volunteering.  

“During Kay’s leadership, we have transformed, in contributions to the community, in services to our members and in supporting our staff,” said Workers Lifestyle Group CEO Morgan Stewart.  

Kay will retire ahead of the Board of Directors elections on April 25-27. The new President and office bearers will be elected by WLG club members at the Annual General Meeting on Sunday May 5.