Our Ambassador

Emma Inglis


Emma has played Elite Cricket for the past 14 Years representing Victoria, the Melbourne Renegades, the Melbourne Stars and the Australian Shooting Stars. During her time at Victoria she captained for 3 years, including leading the team to 1 out of their 3 consecutive T20 titles. Emma also experienced playing 5 tours with the Shooting Stars and was a member of the touring squad to play Pakistan in T20’s in 2014.

Within cricket, Emma has been involved in the Maddie’s Shield and T20 charity matches in her role as Prahran Cricket Club women’s captain. The games have been a great success and raised much needed funds to aid bone marrow failure research. Emma also currently plays AFL football for Williamstown in the VFLW league.

Off field, Emma is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and has completed her Masters of Dietetics at Deakin University in Melbourne. Prior to her Masters, Emma completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Nutrition.

Emma was drawn to study nutrition after seeing the impact the right diet can have on health and performance in sport and also in life. Emma’s experience lead her to become a dietitian at a VFL football club and also in a hospital in Melbourne’s north.

Emma is passionate about helping everyone achieve their healthiest self and will work with each individual to find out what a healthier life looks like for them.

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