The London Sport Board of Trustees challenge us, encourage us and work with us to raise the game for physical activity and sport in London.
They all share our passion for the impact grassroots physical activity and sport can have on the lives of Londoners.
Jillian is Global Advisory Practice Lead at Avanade, having previously led business units at Logica, Publicis Sapient, Slalom and Atos. She was also a member of the board of Trustees at Eduserv. She has worked in Digital Transformation in Digital Agencies, Consultancies and SIs and has worked with many markets including CPG, Retail, Sport and Financial Services.
Shaun is Chief Executive of Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and has extensive experience of running sports venues that balance commercial and community needs. Including three of London’s 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy venues; Lee Valley White Water Centre, Lee Valley VeloPark and the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Mark is a senior leader with considerable experience of digital transformation and managing the human experience of technology. Mark has worked for Vodafone, BT and Lloyds Banking Group in technology roles, and served the Boards of Middlesex University and West Middlesex Hospital.
Former Marketer of the Year, Tanya is the architect of the award-winning This Girl Can campaign which in its first year inspired 2.8 million women and girls to get active. Tanya has been in communications all her professional life, starting her career as a journalist, before becoming Press Secretary to Prime Minister Tony Blair. She is now the Director of Campaigns and Public Policy at Nationwide Building Society.
Joyce is a Councillor of the London Borough of Redbridge, a trained primary school teacher and a long-serving school governor. Joyce has always had a strong passion and commitment for culture, sports and the arts.
We work closely with Sport England and the Mayor of London’s sports division to ensure that our work is coordinated and compliments the efforts of the whole physical activity and sport sector in London.
In line with Sport England’s A Code for Sports Governance, we recruit and engage with people with appropriate diversity, independence skills, experience and knowledge to take effective decisions that further the organisations goals.
We demonstrate a strong and public commitment to progressing towards achieving gender parity and greater diversity on our Board and we are pleased to say that our Board are 50% on each gender, exceeding Sport England’s target of a minimum of 30%.
If you would like to receive more information about our Board recruitment, commitments and operations, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.