Montage of DSW areas of effect. Olivia Breen winning gold at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. A young powerchair user plays Boccia. A group of student listen to a Play Together session.

Join the DSW Board of Trustees

August 2022

We have two vacancies on our Board and would particularly like to strengthen our expertise, skills and experience in a couple of key areas. It is essential to DSW that we have diversity of perspective to govern as effectively as possible, and to ensure that we continue to be a forward-thinking, sector-leading organisation for the future.

Our board is made up of volunteers who give their time, knowledge and diverse experience to drive Disability Sport Wales towards the successful attainment of our ambitions within the context of our values, and under
Charities and Company Law.

If you are interested, have some time to give and are enthusiastic about inclusion, and willing to champion, challenge and support our work, we would love to hear from you. 

Please submit your Expression of Interest by 31st October 2022.

Download our Board Recruitment Pack (PDF)

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