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Beth is responsible for County Durham Sport’s finances and administration, providing effective and efficient support to the executive team and trustees.
Beth manages County Durham Sport’s marketing function and also supports the development and utilisation of evidence and insight for the organisation, ensuring all insight gathered is shared across the county.07841 340 482 | email@example.com
Becks works to support County Durham Sport’s vision, mission and business objectives and the outcomes identified by Active Durham.
Becks leads the operational application of an evidence based approach, manages customer and partner engagement as well as ensuring successful programme development and delivery.07715 077 266 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Former Chair of Coast & County Housing and Managing Director at System Training Ltd.
Nigel has a wealth of experience at a Director level across a range of Industries including an Apprenticeship Training company, a Mental Health Trust and TNT Express.
Most recently, Nigel was the Chair of Coast & Country Housing – a charity based in Redcar.
Head of Student Futures, Department of Academic Enterprise, Teesside University.
Meryl’s two passions in life are entrepreneurship and athletics. She runs a company that supports people to grow or start up a business, delivering a range of interventions from workshops to coaching and mentoring, which was set up on the back of an MA in Entrepreneurship from Durham Business School.
Meryl is a long distance runner and has competed up to international level.
Meryl is passionate about encouraging young people to get into sport early so it becomes a natural part of their lives and daily routines, and activities that allow families to do sport together.
Meryl lives in Durham and is married to a mountain biking, football playing, Software Architect and has a daughter who is currently into ballet and running.
Retired. Previously – Strategic Commissioning Manager at Durham County Council Adult Services, responsible for Mental Health, Learning Disability, Autism and Prison social care services.
Before retiring Dave worked as a Strategic Commissioning Manager with Durham County Council Adult Services, responsible for Mental Health, Learning Disability, Autism and Prison social care services, having previously worked for 20 years in Children’s Services in a range of roles as a social worker and manager.
Dave is a life-long Leeds Utd supporter and loves both rugby league and rugby union, played and now watch both codes. He is also a keen cyclist and has been lucky enough to cycle in many countries around the world, having organised many trips away with friends.
Dave is a serious runner and a very active member of Elvet Striders for all of its 30 years, so has experienced the trials and tribulations of volunteering in sport from a number of perspectives, including as captain, chairperson and social secretary.
Dave’s aspiration for CDS is for sustained success, as evidenced by the increased involvement of people from all backgrounds in an increasing number of sports and physical activities.
Coach & Committee Member – Greencroft Netball Club.
Wendy is a Finance Manager for a Charitable Organisation which provides volunteer drivers and domiciliary care to vulnerable people in the community, based in Ferryhill.
Wendy has both played and coached sports at a club level and has been an active influence in growing Greencroft Netball Club into a well-respected and successful organisation and remains on the club committee. She does however have a wide interest in sport.
Student and Regional Engagement Officer
Kieran is currently a student, studying sports science with coaching at Northumbria University, and is a Regional Engagement Officer with the FA National Youth Council.
Kieran is passionate about personal development and youth leadership, as well as trying to forge positive relationships between young people and adults.
As a member of the County Durham Sport board, Kieran hopes to fully represent the views of young people in County Durham, and to have an input into decision making from a young person’s perspective.
Programme Manager – Public Health
Philip has worked in the health sector for 13 years for variety of public sector organisations and currently works for NHS England. Philip is passionate about sport & physical activity and the impact it has on physical, mental and social health.
As a Trustee Philip wants to help support the organisation to help improve the quality of people lives in County Durham through involvement in sport and physical activity.
Philip has been involved in sport all his life and is his main interest away from work. He is currently a member of Elvet Striders.
Kate is commissioned to support the delivery of the County Durham Sport recreational running programme – developing more run leaders to provide more running opportunities in County Durham.
Kate also localises ‘This Girl Can’ within County Durham, to help inspire more females to become more active.0191 307 7117 | email@example.com
Craig is responsible for the delivery of the Satellite Club project, supporting clubs to deliver suitable activity to 14-19 year olds and encouraging regular participation.
Craig also administers the County Durham Leadership & Volunteering programme, designed to support young volunteers.07860 503 996 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom is responsible for driving and supporting the development of a local workforce across both traditional and new non-traditional agencies, supporting coaches & volunteers on their journey, increasing the number of session leaders and activators at a local level and helping to develop their skills, insight and knowledge in relation to tackling physical inactivity in County Durham.07725 203 057 | email@example.com
Maxine is responsible for the provision of effective and high quality strategic and operational leadership of County Durham Sport with and on behalf of the Trustees, focused on the delivery of County Durham Sport’s vision, mission and business objectives, for the benefit of residents in County Durham.firstname.lastname@example.org
Katy’s role is to coordinate the successful delivery of the Active Places Pilots and support the wider outcomes and priorities identified by the Active Durham Strategic Committee.
Katy also supports economically disadvantaged communities to fit activity into their lives, in a way that works for them, with holistic support to help tackle the wider issues they face, and enabling them to enjoy happier, healthier email@example.com