Baroness Sue Campbell CBE
Sue has been with the Youth Sport Trust since the charity's inception. Sue is a former junior international pentathlete and netball player and went on to represent her country as a player, a coach and a team manager. Trained as a physical education teacher, Sue has taught at a school in Manchester and lectured at Leicester and Loughborough Universities. Before joining the Youth Sport Trust, she was Chief Executive of the National Coaching Foundation (now Sportscoach UK) for 11 years.
Among many honours, Sue has received 11 honorary doctorates, the latest of which was awarded from Nottingham Trent University in July 2016. In June 2003, Sue was awarded a Commander of the British Empire for her services to sport. More recently, the Baroness was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards and was the Chair of UK Sport (until early 2013), where she presided over Team GB and ParalympicGB's largest medal haul in living memory.
In 2011, Billy chaired one of the first Local Organising Committees for the School Games. He served as a non-Executive Director of Youth Sport Direct, the trading arm of the Youth Sport Trust until 2016, as well as being a Board Member of the Black Country County Sport Partnership until 2014.
In February 2013, Streetly received the Youth Sport Trust Innovation Award for Excellence in harnessing PE and sport as a catalyst for learning. Also in 2013, they became the only school ever to win two Pearson Teaching Awards in one year.
Billy serves as an Education Strategist for Frog Education, one of the country’s largest online learning platform providers, and is an elected member of the West Midlands’ Regional School Commissioner’s Headteacher Board.
In his spare time Billy enjoys football, skiing, and travel but most of all spending time with his young family.
Dr Paula Franklin
She returned to Bupa in 2013 to take up the role of UK Medical Director. In addition to her medical degree Paula has an MPH from Johns Hopkins, an MBA from the London Business School and a diploma in counselling. She recently completed an MA in Bioethics and Medical Law.
Denise was born in Manchester within sight of both Old Trafford grounds; cricket and football and has been in education for 57 years.
She attended Whalley Range High School for Girls and went on from there to Totley Thornbridge Teacher Training College and afterwards Sheffield University to graduate with a Bachelor of Education in 1973.
Moving from Manchester to Cornwall in 1979 and raising two sons was achieved alongside a successful teaching career. Firstly the headship of a small primary school in Coads Green and then in 1999 the opportunity to create a new school from the architect’s plans eventually opening with just thirty six pupils. 16 years later this new school, St Breock, with now 240 pupils is nationally recognised as an exemplar school for PE and Sport. This is in addition to academic achievement at the highest level. Since St Breock’s involvement as an advocate school for London 2012 and a member of Youth Sport Trust the school has gone from strength to strength and Denise’s passion for encouraging everyone to engage in sport has deepened. Denise believes that there is a sport out there for each of us; it just needs to be found.
Tim Hollingsworth is the Chief Executive of the British Paralympic Association, working alongside National Governing Bodies of Sport towards London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and projects post-2012. Previously Tim was the Chief Operating Officer at UK Sport, the nation's high performance sport agency. Prior to becoming COO, he spent five years as the organisation's Director of Policy and Communications. Before UK Sport, Tim worked for four years as a Director of a strategic communications consultancy. Tim also worked for two years as Head of Corporate Media and Internal Communications at Granada Media plc and spent five years as Head of Media Relations at the Confederation of British Industry.
Alongside his current role as board member of the Youth Sport Trust, Tim is the Co-Chair with Don Foster MP of Team West of England, which is a partnership dedicated to ensuring that the region benefits from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. A graduate of Exeter University, with a Masters degree in Drama, he is married with two sons and lives in Bath.
Melanie has over 20 years of experience working with international media and broadcasting companies with a focus on digital media and new technology platforms. She is currently Business Development Director for Qualcomm Europe, one of the world's largest mobile technology firms. She leads Qualcomm's business initiatives for mobile TV and broadcast, which include working with mobile partners and content providers on creating commercial opportunities for mobile video.
Prior to joining Qualcomm, she has held various marketing and business roles at Sotheby's, PwC, Disney, BSkyB, Capital Radio (now Global Radio) and most recently at Discovery Networks International where she managed the Digital Media business for EMEA and was responsible for all commercial and strategic development of Discovery content across mobile and broadband. Throughout her career in the UK, she has worked with numerous sporting associations, leagues and stadium owners on how to use new technologies to improve the fan experience, create new commercial opportunities and increase interaction with players.
Melanie holds an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She resides in West London with her husband Andrew and children Zachary, 7, and Annabelle, 5. In her spare time she is a keen swimmer and supports her local community by sitting on the Board of Friends of Brook Green.
Sally Munday is the CEO for England Hockey and Great Britain Hockey and has worked in sport for all of her career previously having worked for the Lawn Tennis Association and Reading Borough Council.
She is a member of the governments Sports Business Council and also sits on the Board of English Institute of Sport and is an active member of the NGB CEO Forum.
In addition to her sports administration career, Sally has been an active sports coach and team manager having managed England and Great Britain's junior and senior squads.
Adrian has 20 years experience of visiting the boardrooms and shop floors of some of the worlds most innovative, successful and admired companies including - Apple, Tesla, LEGO, Google, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, Netflix, Four Seasons Grameen Bank, IKEA and Zappos.
In 2008 Adrian co-founded Wavelength - a world-class executive education company that enables ambitious leaders to develop their knowledge, connectivity and resilience.
At heart Adrian is a connector and gatherer of stories and never happier than when scouring the world for examples of companies at the frontiers of service excellence, innovation, employee engagement, service excellence and social innovation. Since November 2015, he has served on board of Youth Sport Trust, dedicated to improving the lives of young people through sport.
Ben is Retail Director for Waitrose, with overall responsibility for leading the company's portfolio of 350 branches and the business's e-commerce offer. This includes developing Waitrose's shops to meet changing customer needs - including spearheading a rapidly growing hospitality and convenience offer.
Since he joined the John Lewis Partnership in 2010, Ben has held a variety of senior roles, within both Waitrose and John Lewis. Before taking up his current role, Ben was Partnership Registrar, John Lewis, a board level position responsible for ensuring that the values of the Partnership are upheld throughout the organisation. He has also held the positions of both Director of Retail Operations and Director of Retail Services for Waitrose.
Before joining the Partnership, Ben worked for Sky in a senior marketing and communications role. He is chairman of the Nationwide Building Society's Charitable Foundation.