Members of the Honorary Board of Trustees of the Foundation are:
MARK ANDREW ANDERSON born 1964; B. Sc from UQ; MBA from QUT; Founder and Director of CMP Consulting and Industry Data Online; played for Club 1982-1997; 235 First Grade games; played for Australian Universities, Australian Barbarians, Queensland and Emerging Wallabies; University Blue; Level 2 Coach; Assistant coach of the University Premier Grade in 2005.
ERIC T ANNING born 1938; LLB from UQ; retired Senior Partner of the legal firm of Feez Ruthning (now Allens Arthur Robinson); played Rugby for the Club 1958- 1965, Australian Universities and Queensland; coached at the Club; Life Member of UQ Sport and the Club; former President and now Deputy President of the Club; University Blue.
BRUCE ROBERT BROWN Born 1944; B. Com from UQ; Director of Transpacific, Campbell Bros and Flight Centre (Chairman); played Rugby for the Club, Queensland and Australia; coached the Club for 5 years and First Grade for 3 years winning the First Grade Premiership in 1979; President of the Club and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation; former Chairman of the Directors of the QRU Rugby College.
JON BROADLEY Born: 1957; BA. LLB from UQ, Grad Dip Fin & Invest (ASIA); Managing Partner, Broadley Rees Lawyers; played Rugby for the Club 1974 - 1978, 1980-1994, QLD Under 18/19 and Australian Universities; Foundation Life Member of Club; former Club Secretary; presently Secretary/Trustee of the Foundation Board of Trustees.
TIM CROMMELIN born 1948; B Com from UQ; FSLE; FSIA; Stockbroker; Managing Director of ABN AMRO Morgans Ltd; Deputy Chairman, CS Energy Ltd and Director, Board of the Australian National University Investment Committee; member, of the Boards of Trustees of, Brisbane Grammar School, Australia Cancer Research Foundation and Queensland Museum Foundation; played for the Club; captained UQ Cricket First Eleven; University Blue.
RICHARD GOODMANSON born 1947; degree in Civil Engineering from Royal Military College of Australia; B Com and B Ec from UQ; MBA Columbia University; Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of DuPont; Director DuPont Textiles & Interiors (Chairman), The Boise Cascade Corporation and United Way of Delaware; Director Rio Tinto; played for the Club.
DR MARK LOANE born 1954; MBBS from UQ; F.R.A.C.O; F.R.A.C.S; Ophthalmic Surgeon; strong interest in the provision of ophthalmic services to indigenous people, particularly those of the Cape York Peninsula; played No 8; played for the Club and captained First Grade to a memorable win over Brothers in 1979 (the 200 minute Grand Final); captained Qld to several distinctive wins over NSW in the 70s; captained Australia in 1979 when the Wallabies beat the All Blacks to win the Bledisloe Cup for the first time in 30 years.
MICHAEL LYNAGH born 1963 B. Sc. (HMS) from UQ; awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Griffith University; inducted into Rugby Hall of Fame; media feature writer, commentator and presenter; fly-half; member of 1984 Grand Slam Wallabies; member of Bledisloe Cup winning Wallabies 1986 (in NZ) and 1992 (in Australia); vice-captain of 1991 World Cup winning Wallabies; 72 Wallaby Caps 1984 -1995 (15 as Captain); scored 1166 points for Queensland and 911 for Australia.
WILLIAM SCOTT ROSS Born 28 November 1956; B.A. (Qld), PGCE (Oxon); played over 100games for University Club, 50 games for Queensland (1976- 83), 13 Tests for Australia (1978- 83); Manager of Queensland Reds (1996 -98); selector for the Reds (2003-05); Member of The Australian Schools Rugby Foundation and a member of the committees of The Classic Wallabies and The Vintage Reds; CEO of Standfast Corporation.
HOWARD STACK born 1944; BA.LLB from UQ; former senior partner Allen Allen and Hemsley; Company Director (ANI, Eastern Corporation, Data 3, Flight Centre, Voxson); Chairman of the Board of Brisbane Grammar School since 1990; played for the Club; represented Queensland in Baseball; in cricket, played for Queensland Colts and captained Australian Universities; University Blue.
GILBERT SHEARER born 1937; B.D.Sc. from UQ; dentist limited to Endodontics; played for Club (captained First Grade) and Australian Universities; University Blue; coached at the Club; played for Queensland.
GRAHAM TURNER born 1949; B.V.Sc. from UQ; Founder and Managing Director of Flight Centre Ltd; played for the Club on and off for 10 years; No 8 in winning Under 19 Premiership side in 1968.