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Exciting News: Dynamic New Director joins Little Victories in the Community

In a significant development, Sarah Cook has recently joined Little Victories in the Community, as a Director.

Sarah is set to bring fresh perspective and innovative ideas to our volunteer led sport organisation, on a strategic level.

Little Victories in the Community have been involved in a Sported (Sported UK | Sported) / Active Partnerships project, where groups are supported to write and produce a sustainability plan.

LVITC received one-to-one mentor support from Sported to help complete an action plan.

This included appointing a new Director with the skills needed to help LVITC grow and develop, particularly in the area of strategic planning.

Let's here from Sarah:

"I am really looking forward to being part of an organisation as unique as Little Victories, seeing what they have already brought to this area through Little Victories FC and their inclusive experience days and the joy it brings to the young people and their families is incredible.

I hope that I can bring my experience from leading projects and managing teams in industry into a different environment to help expand Little Victories to deliver more community projects and help even more people.


Bit more about what I do – I am a chartered mechanical engineer, currently working for an EPC contractor within the oil and gas and renewables sector.

I have 23 years experience within industry and have worked leading and managing projects and teams of various sizes both in the UK and New Zealand.

It is fantastic to become involved with something so different to my day job where I hope I can make a difference within the local community, supporting the growth of LVITC's strategy for the future."

Director's Katrina and Sophie, shared their excitement:

"Sarah's vision aligns seamlessly with our commitment to promoting inclusivity and unity through sports. Sarah's exceptional leadership will help guide us as we aim to amplify the reach and impact of our inclusive sport projects.

We are delighted Sarah has committed to volunteering her time as a Director, where her focus will be on our strategy.

We are excited to start work with Sarah, and with her guidance and skill set, we are confident that we can achieve our ambition of creating a lasting impact on the lives of people within our community, by providing volunteer led inclusive sporting opportunities.

Sarah's appointment will provide us with a platform to build our resilience and capacity, which in turn will help us drive forward our plans for the future."

LVITC would like to say thank you to Paul Steele at Sported for his support, and to Active Humber for facilitating the opportunity.

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