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Titans General Manager of Community & Game Development, Renee Cohen, has been recognised at the Gold Coast Australia Day Awards.

Renee was presented the Sport Achievement Award by City of Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate.

The award recognised her commitment to celebrating diversity within the sporting community.

Cohen at the launch of the Titans Reconciliation Action Plan
Cohen at the launch of the Titans Reconciliation Action Plan

Renee has been with the Titans since the club’s foundation in 2007, when she joined as a development officer, and counts her work with social inclusion as the most personally rewarding.

Titans Chairman Dennis Watt says the award is an endorsement of all the great programs that she drives and the people that she touches through her work.

"There is a lot of goodwill for this club in the community and when you look closely at it you can see that Renee has had a lot to do with creating that for the Club," Watt said.

"She personifies the big-heartedness of this Club.

Cohen and Titans player, Anthony Don, on International Day of People with Disability 2020.
Cohen and Titans player, Anthony Don, on International Day of People with Disability 2020.

"She's been a driver for rugby league in schools, supporting junior Clubs and making the game accessible for everyone."

Interview provided courtesy of The Project, Network 10.