Karen Keohane, Director of StreetGamesUK’s Us Girls programme discusses how to engage women and girls in the community in sport and fitness.
English Institute of Sport (EIS) Performance Lead LIZ SINTON is a former international hockey player who still plays at National Premier League level with Clifton Ladies.
Football Foundation Ambassador and former Premier League and England defender tells Women in Sport why he’s supporting Women’s Sport Week.
Former England and Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, talks of his support for Women’s Sport Week.
EMMA ROSS, Head of Physiology at the English Institute of Sport (EIS), explains the importance of role models and highlights some of the crucial lessons she has learnt about what it takes to have a successful career in sport science.
Catherine Baker set up Sport and Beyond to help people become better at what they do. Throughout her career, Catherine has had one foot firmly rooted in the corporate world, and the other in the world of sport. Here, she blogs about what constitutes great leadership and self-awareness.
England Youth Boxer, Billie-Jean, 16, talks about the barriers to pursuing a career in boxing, influencers and her ambitions in the sport
Jayne Allen, PE teacher at Highfields School in Matlock, Derbyshire, talks about the impact sport can have on girls’ both in and out of the classroom.
The sector’s first business development programme launches.
Women’s Sport Network member, Hilary Lissenden was recently appointed onto England Boxing’s board and writes exclusively about female ‘real models’ drive growth and diversity in boxing.