Progressions Coordinator - West Lothian
I have been working for Street League since 2016, initially as a Youth and Community Coach for West Lothian. I was in this role for a year before I stepped up into the Progressions Coordinator role, which I am enjoying every day. I have previous experience in sports coaching, especially football, and sports coaching was my part time job whilst studying at UWS University. My favourite sport is football and I have played for many years, currently playing for Livingston Ladies.
With my sporting background, I was inspired me to want to work for Street League. Using sport to engage young people is extremely powerful. Street League is a one of a kind organisation, where no day is the same. This is what makes it interesting and enjoyable. Being part of this organisation and helping people is a privilege.
- Street League's Top 10 Black Sporting Heroes
- Tackling racism in sport and employment
- Thank you #TeamStreetLeague 2021 London Marathon runners
- Scottish Cyclist smashes Everesting Challenge in support of Street League
- Street League appoints Dougie Stevenson as CEO
- Street League recognised at ScottishPower Foundation Awards
- Street League partners with Proof Positive
- Why (online) volunteering is here to stay
- Addressing inequality in sport and the workplace
- Street League responds to the youth unemployment crisis caused by Covid-19
- A new approach to coaching
- Encouraging people to Play Proud