In Berkshire, we recognise that our staff, partners, coaches, community activators, clubs and volunteers are our greatest asset. By building, supporting and developing our workforce family, we offer better access to sport and physical activity, therefore increasing participation.
There are many ways you can get involved in physical activity in Berkshire from volunteering to building up your workforce and leading your local area and residents to become more active.
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Youth and Workforce Officer
Chelsea is the Strategic Lead for Workforce and Crime Prevention at Get Berkshire Active. She is responsible for supporting coaches, volunteers, clubs and communities to deliver quality opportunities for people in Berkshire to get active. She oversees funding programmes for children and young people across all local authorities and is involved in creating opportunities to use sport and physical activity to support people at risk of or involved in criminality. Having completed a Degree and Masters at the University of Gloucestershire, she took up a role in Sports Development at a Local Authority supporting disability physical activity programmes before joining GBA. Alongside this, she is completing a part-time PhD at Loughborough Uni researching the effects of life skills developed through physical activity and sport programmes and their impact on youth delinquency. She draws on her personal experience of what interventions and funded programmes can do for young people and hopes to continue to pass this on to future generations. Outside of work she enjoys walking her two dogs and has a passion for powerlifting.
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