David Howman is the former Director-General of the World Anti-Doping Agency and the current Chair of the Athletics Integrity Unit, an international body charged with responsibility for addressing issues of bribery, corruption, betting and the manipulation of competition results in athletics. David will provide his personal insights from the perspectives of a top sports lawyer and a senior executive in what will be a compelling and interactive presentation. Topics will range from threats of bodily harm to resolving political impasses.
David will talk about some of his experiences of reaching difficult conclusions and managing important decisions (for the Agency) in highly-stressful, complex and politically charged situations. David will provide a unique way in which good values can be used in a “behind the scenes” view of global sport.
Join us for this unique opportunity to hear David.
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|David Howman CNZM
David Howman CNZM is the Chair of the Athletes Integrity Unit, having been appointed to that position by the IAAF Council in April 2017. He is also currently the Chair of World Squash Ethics Commission, Deputy Chair of the ITF Ethics Commission, Chair of the ICC Anti-Corruption Oversight Group, was a member of the Australian Government’s Panel reporting on Sport Integrity and holds the position of Adjunct Professor at AUT.
David was Director General of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA), from 2003 until July 2016, and was instrumental in the shaping of WADA into a highly respected and unified global organization responsible for regulating and monitoring world sport and world governments. Among the many partnerships he forged globally was a pivotal one with Interpol culminating in a MOU signed in 2009.
David began his time with WADA as a Foundation Board member representing Oceania, when WADA was established in 1999, and served as Chair of the Legal Committee. He was Deputy Chair of the Independent Anti Doping Observer team at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, and the Chair of that mission at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
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