Before becoming Executive Director, Hugh was Chair of LEAP Sports Scotland’s Board and led its development for 3 years. He was Youth Work Director of LGBT Youth Scotland for 7 years and previously a social worker and manager for disability services. Hugh has over 16 years experience working with young people and people with disabilities in sports initiatives and has been a member and leader of many community sports groups. Hugh currently enjoys hillwalking on dry land after many years of kayaking, coastal rowing, and sculling.
Project Officer (Communities & Events)
Sirri became an Inclusion & Diversity Youth Ambassador of Change at the Scottish Football Association following her post-graduate studies at University of Glasgow focusing on gender and queer equality in sport. This interest stems from many years of participation in sport, particularly football and rugby. Sirri has carried out research projects including investigating the differing lived experiences of access to and participation in women’s football in Sweden and Scotland, and exploring gender identity among women’s rugby players.
Policy and Development Officer
Andrew joined LEAP after volunteering with the organisation on a number of projects throughout 2016. With a background in human rights policy and activism, he has worked previously on local community engagement initiatives within Glasgow, supported young people in shaping and leading their own human rights campaigns and provided research on local and national rights topics within Scotland. Andrew is also an amateur rower.
Project Officer (East)
Fraser served as a board member for LEAP Sports Scotland from early 2012 until mid-2013 when he stepped down to focus on university. As well as working for LEAP Sports Scotland part-time, Fraser works for another charity based in Glasgow and is currently preparing to enter the final stage of training to be a solicitor.
Project Assistant (Communities & Events)
Angharad volunteered with LEAP whilst at University of Glasgow, working on social media, events and projects such as Pride Youth Games and Rainbow Schools Backpack. Previously Angharad worked for Pride Sports UK, working on events for the Football V Homophobia campaign and Manchester Pride as well as Wythenshawe Games.