Team Sport in Mind Sport in Mind's staff team are responsible for the day to day running of the charity and making sure we have lots of really exciting sport and physical activity sessions being delivered to help improve people's mental health. Calum JOB: Berkshire Development Officer & Volunteer Coordinator - I oversee Sport in Mind's sessions and partnerships in Berkshire and manage our volunteer programme. FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: FootballWHAT DOES SPORT MEAN TO YOU: I see sport and exercise as an opportunity to socialise, have fun and forget everyday worries. Sport is just a great way to express myself in an enjoyable and relaxed way. 3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Friendly, Attentive, Sporty. IF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? Teleportation Kayleigh JOB: Project Manager - I develop and manage exciting projects and products, to ensure our charity reaches the people who need us most.FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: Dance or HITTWHAT DOES SPORT / EXERCISE MEAN TO YOU: Exercise gives me the opportunity to feel free, connected and mentally and physically strong.3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Passionate, Approachable, ActiveIF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? Power to create more time Laura JOB: Development Manager - I support our incredible team with setting up our amazing sport and activity sessions.FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: Running or Paddle boarding... wanna be roller skaterWHAT DOES SPORT / EXERCISE MEAN TO YOU: A chance to socialise, have fun and time for me.3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Energetic, Adventurous, FunIF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? My belly button is an actual button and when I push it I can fly! Liz JOB: Development Officer - I connect with participants and set up activities at friendly, accessible venues with fabulous empathetic coaches in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: CyclingWHAT DOES SPORT / EXERCISE MEAN TO YOU: Fun and enjoyment, time outdoors, connect with the countryside and wildlife, challenges, adventures, time to socialise, time to think and reflect, destress and stay fit and healthy (except when I fall off my bike!)3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Active, Compassionate, Determined. IF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? Make everybody in the world feel noticed, heard and appreciated Neil JOB: CEO - I manage the charity's overall operations, making sure we keep delivering fun sport and physical activity programmes to help people. FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: WalkingWHAT DOES SPORT / EXERCISE MEAN TO YOU: Sport and exercise to me is all about having fun and helping me manage my mental health3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Active, chatty, dadIF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? Can I have two? Healing powers to do good... and ability to control the weather. Phil JOB: Regional Development Officer for Coaches - I'm Sport in Mind's head coach & coach mentor. I run fun sports sessions to improve people's mental health and help mentor our coaches. I’m a trained Mental Health First Aider.FAV SPORT / EXERCISE: All of them! If I had to choose one… Hockey.WHAT DOES SPORT / EXERCISE MEAN TO YOU: Sport is key for staying physically and mentally healthy. It’s important for teaching you importance of team work, patience, socialisation, hard work, overcoming challenges. Most importantly though, it's about having fun. 3 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOU: Positive, Smiley, Supportive.IF YOU COULD HAVE A SUPER POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? I do have a super power! The power of positivity!