Cameron Boardman

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Blair Cameron Boardman (born 10 December 1970) is the previous CEO[1][2][3] of .au Domain Administration, is a former Australian politician. He was a Liberal member of the Victorian Legislative Council from 1996 to 2002, representing Chelsea Province.

Boardman was born in Melbourne to parents Peter and Valerie, and studied at Wesley College (1978–83), Haileybury College (1984–88), and the Victoria Police Academy (1989). He became a constable in the Victorian Police Force in 1989, serving until his move to politics in 1996. He undertook officer training in the Australian Army Reserve at Watsonia (1993–95) before completing his training at the Royal Military College, Duntroon in 1996.[4]

Boardman joined the Liberal Party in 1994, and was President of the Mentone branch from 1995–96. In 1996 he was selected by the Liberal Party to contest Chelsea Province in the state elections of that year; he was successful. In 2002 he attempted to transfer to Western Port Province but was defeated. He has not returned to politics.[4]


  1. ^ Goldstein, David (30 July 2019). "auDA and Out: Controversial auDA CEO Gone". DomainPulse.
  2. ^ "Domain-name CEO exits, hot on chairman's heels". The Australian. 31 July 2019.
  3. ^ "The auDA Board today reluctantly accepted the resignation of auDA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Cameron Boardman". auDA. 30 July 2019.
  4. ^ a b Parliament of Victoria (2008). "Boardman, (Blair) Cameron". re-member: a database of all Victorian MPs since 1851. Parliament of Victoria. Retrieved 26 April 2010.
Parliament of Victoria
Preceded by
Burwyn Davidson
Member for Chelsea Province
With: Sue Wilding, Bob Smith
Succeeded by
Matt Viney