Lincolnshire FA are committed to ensuring everyone who is involved in football in the county has a great experience – regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability or disability, faith, or age.
The Inclusion Advisory Group (IAG) are a group of individuals whose focus lies within driving equality and inclusion within football in Lincolnshire. The role of the group is to check, challenge and support Lincolnshire FA to ensure everything we do is inclusive and accessible for all. The IAG also help Lincolnshire FA branch out to new communities and organisations to provide everyone with the opportunity to be part of the game in our county.
The IAG meets once every two months to support the work of the wider organisation.
Greg is a senior leader in education, working as a science and PE teacher at a school in Lincolnshire. Greg has leadership experience in mental health, responsible for creating and managing a mental health hub in Lincoln that brought together diverse community groups to help support those in need. The hub made valuable efforts to help raise awareness and develop resources for the LGBTQ+ and BAME community. Extensive progress was also made in supporting Lincolnshire families impacted by male suicide, offering support and resources through an initiative called Talking Men.
Greg is a former Team GB World Junior Champion athlete and coach for skeleton bobsleigh and a former British Champion in Surf Life Saving. Having worked with UK Sport and Sport England on World Class Talent Pathways, Greg offers valuable insight to strategic development, both at community and elite level sport.
Greg has young children who participate in local sport, and he is committed to helping local communities to provide a safe and fun learning environment for all.