Health and Inactivity 

Prevention is Better Than Cure 

11:00

30th April 2020

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Welcome to the Why Sports Health and Inactivity webinar

Exchange the latest agendas and develop business relationships.

As part of our brand new webinar series Why Sports are proud to bring you the much anticipated, Health and Inactivity webinar! An opportunity to listen to the leaders from across the sector discuss progress, innovation and ideas that keep the nation active. 

The influential Health and Inactivity webinar will connect you to sector professionals and industry leaders who are positioned share ideas and keep you informed. 

This free to access webinar will take place on the 30th of April 2020 at 11:00 am. Topics discussed will include, new and existing initiatives, funding, wellbeing programmes, COVID 19, future goals and ambitions whilst underlining that now, more than ever it is essential that the nation stays active. 

As all of our webinars encourage interaction, you will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout and take part in our Q&A sessions.  Click here to register.

Contributors

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FEATURED INDUSTRY EXPERTS

Yvonne Harrison. UA92
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Managing Director UA92

Webinar Chair

Yvonne was appointed as Managing Director of Project 92 in March 2018, after leading Greater Manchester charity GreaterSport as their Chief Executive for four years

Suzanne Gardner. Sport England
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National Partnership Lead Health & Inactivity

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Suzanne joined Sport England in May 2014 and is providing strategic support for Sport England's inactivity agenda and leadership for several programmes of work.

Kenny Gibson. NHS England
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National Head of Safeguarding

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Kenny Gibson has held various operational, management and stratgic posts in both community and public health.

Elaine McNish. Swim England
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Head of Health and Wellbeing.

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Elaine has worked in the health, sport and fitness field for over 25 years.