Meet the speakers

Head of Integrity at UK Sport, with a wide remit for wellbeing and conduct in the High-Performance System. Also advised: the FA on grievance and conduct issues for players coaches and officials; Ulster Rugby on organisational values and culture; the ECB on increasing diversity of match officials; and Sport Ireland on its Culture Enhancement Programme.

Previously 36 years of fun, travel and danger as a soldier. Served all over the World including: the Middle East and Iraq, the Balkans, Germany, Cyprus, Afghanistan, the Falklands, Africa, Hong Kong, Canada, the USA and Argentina, retiring as a brigadier.

Held a range of operational command and leadership appointments, picked up a few medals along the way. Finished as the Director of Personal Services for the Army, responsible for: discipline and conduct, grievance, inquiries, welfare and well-being, health (including mental health), pay and pensions and compulsory drugs testing.

A keen sportsman, but ability fails to match enthusiasm; achievements include setting up the Army Elite Sports Programme and running the adaptive sports programme for injured soldiers. Serious weekend two-wheeled ‘Lycra-lout’ and keen supporter of Irish Rugby.

Married, with two ‘young adults’, three bikes and never enough time.