After 8½ years as President of SSAA NSW, Paul McNabb has decided to retire.

The SSAA NSW Board has appointed Board Member Lance Miller to fill the casual vacancy until the 2018 SSAA NSW Annual General Meeting.

During Paul’s time as President the various Boards have taken SSAA NSW to a new level of growth and professionalism; the Board was tasked with developing innovative ideas, strategic plans, range additions and improvements, increasing funding and support at the grass roots level and new Constitutions.  SSAA NSW is now without question the leading shooting organisation in New South Wales and highly respected nationally.

Today, the position of SSAA NSW is made stronger by our extensive political connections within the State Government, Firearms Registry and Office of Police. Going forward, new President Lance Miller will be well positioned to develop these established relationships to further protect our members and the State’s shooting sports.

Having spent 17 years on the Camera House Board, the last 3 as Chairman and having run his own business for 29 years, Lance moves into the role backed by an impressive resume.

Lance was part of the team tasked with developing and implementing the new Constitutions and is the driving force behind the new communication platform currently being developed by SSAA NSW which will see our stakeholder communication at a level second to none.

Paul will continue as Senior Vice President of SSAA National and as a member of the SSAA Insurance Brokers Board.

The SSAA NSW Board wishes to extend its thanks and appreciation to Paul for his leadership and achievements during his term; and looks forward to continuing its successes under the leadership of Lance.

Download SSAA NSW Standard Branch Constitution here