Disability Sport Wales is governed by a committed Board of Trustees.

Together with our co-opted experts, our Board represent an array of skill sets which, when combined enable them to act on behalf of the Federation working towards our following  corporate objectives:

  1. Leadership and strategic direction focusing on the vision, core values and objectives of the organisation.
  2. To seek to ensure that there are sufficient resources available to achieve the overall vision and objectives of the organisation and controlling the application of those resources.
  3. Monitoring outcomes with the Executive Director and the Senior Management team.
  4. Liaise with Sport Wales, Welsh Assembly Government and other partners on stewardship and performance


The people on our Board are:


  • Gareth Thomas – Chair
  • Neil Ashbridge – Vice Chair 
  • Gwynne Griffiths - Nominated Trustee
  • David Jenkins – Nominated Trustee
  • Ian Stone – Nominated Trustee
  • James Dunn - Elected Trustee
  • Ingrid Griffiths - Elected Trustee
  • Joanna Hendy – Elected Trustee
  • Liz Johnson – Elected Trustee
  • Anita Sharma – Elected Trustee
  • Ron Price - Elected Trustee


Co-opted Experts:

  • David Vickery - Strategic Finance


Should you wish to contact any of the above named people, please send us a request through the Contact Us page.


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