Our Team

Disability Sport Wales' national team works to improve or create access to physical activity (including sport) for disabled people across Wales.

Fiona Reid
Fiona Reid
Chief Executive Officer
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Effective Partnerships

Effective partnerships focuses on value-added and support which can be provided to organisations or individuals regardless of where they are, or what they focus on within the pathway.  Key areas of development are linked to Insight and Learning, Education and Training (Learn more about Education and Training), inclusive branding and marketing (Learn more about Inclusive Marketing), and insport programmes (Learn more about insport).

Tom Rogers
Tom Rogers
Governance and Partnership Director
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Donna Bullivant-Evans
Donna Bullivant-Evans
insport Senior Officer
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Dr Rachael Newport
Dr Rachael Newport
Learning and Insight Senior Officer
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Chris Fox
Chris Fox
Digital Brand and Marketing Officer
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Charlene Stephens
Charlene Stephens
Administration Officer
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Ffion Alexander-Jones
Ffion Alexander-Jones
Finance and Charity Officer
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For more information about effective partnerships:

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Active Pathways

Our Active Pathways provision includes non-elite disability and inclusive sport, including insport Club (Learn more about insport), the Health Disability Activity Pathway (Learn more about the HDAP), and Get Out, Get Active (GOGA) (Learn more about GOGA)

Gemma Cutter
Gemma Cutter
Head of Active Pathways
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Marcus Politis
Marcus Politis
Regional Partnership Senior Officer - North Wales
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Gareth Mills-Bennett
Gareth Mills-Bennett
Regional Partnership Senior Officer - West Wales
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Stefano Antoniazzi
Stefano Antoniazzi
Regional Partnership Senior Officer - Mid Wales
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Leif Thobroe
Leif Thobroe
Regional Partnership Senior Officer - Central South Wales
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Stephen McGrath
Stephen McGrath
Regional Partnership Senior Officer - Gwent
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Mary FitzMeilton
Mary FitzMeilton
Education and Training Officer
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For general enquiries about physical activity and early engagement in sport:

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Performance Development

Performance Development provision includes pathways forelite disability and parasport, (through the Paralympic and Commonwealth Games), and connects in to Deaflympic, Virtus and Special Olympic opportunities.

 

 

Nathan Stephens
Nathan Stephens
Head of Performance Development
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Morgan Jones
Morgan Jones
Performance Pathway Senior Officer
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Robyn Wilkins
Robyn Wilkins
Para Sport Event Management Senior Officer
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Amy Rothero
Amy Rothero
Para Sport Festival Intern
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Tomas Martin
Tomas Martin
Boccia Coordinator
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For general enquiries relating to performance development:

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For all media enquiries regarding athletes or elite parasport events, please contact our Communications Lead, Sam Lloyd.


Projects

DSW work with a number of partners to bring about inclusive change and this often starts as project work.  Bringing new opportunities to Wales, establishing learning which will create sustainability and legacy, and embedding this work throughout the pathway make a difference to provision.  Play Together (Learn more about Play Together) and SPAR insport Series Events (Learn more about insport Series Events) important in ensuring the pathway is more accessible.

Nia Sian Jones
Nia Sian Jones
Projects Manager
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Stefano Antoniazzi
Stefano Antoniazzi
Intellectual Impairment Sport Senior Officer
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James Ledger
James Ledger
National Youth Board and VI Sport Officer
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For general enquiries about Disability Sport Wales Projects:

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Media and Communications

Sam Lloyd
Sam Lloyd
Communications Lead
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National Youth Board

The National Youth Board (NYB) is a group of individuals who are committed to the development of disability sport in Wales. The NYB contributes young disabled people's voices to the development of Disability Sport Wales projects and strategies.

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James Ledger
James Ledger
National Youth Board and VI Sport Officer
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Welfare and Safeguarding

Nathan Stephens
Nathan Stephens
Lead Safeguarding Officer
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Morgan Jones
Morgan Jones
Deputy Safeguarding Officer
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Donna Bullivant-Evans
Donna Bullivant-Evans
Deputy Safeguarding Officer
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