Youth & Community Coach - West Lothian
I joined Street League in 2020 after previously working in a gym as a fitness instructor. I have a passion for fitness, so between 2015-2017 I went to college and completed a HND in Health, Fitness and Exercise, while working part time in Sainsbury’s. My passion for fitness and helping others is what attracted me to working for Street League, it is so rewarding seeing others achieving their goals while enjoying themselves.
My main sporting interests are dancing, which I did for 14 years, I also enjoy playing basketball, volleyball and tennis. To keep fit I like to run and go to the gym.
It’s a privilege to work for Street League, being part of an organisation that benefits so many people on daily basis is such a rewarding experience. Seeing the young people develop and grow throughout their time with us makes the job feel so easy and enjoyable. The way sport is used to engage the young people and how it also contributes to their development is amazing to experience.
Youth & Community Coach
- 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