Contact us

Charity registration number

Charity registration number 1144545
Incorporated by Royal Charter.

General enquiries

Tel: 03438 360200

Media and PR enquiries


Postal address

The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
Loughborough University
3 Oakwood Drive
LE11 3QF

CIMSPA staff information

Client Engagement Services

Anna Wilson MCIMSPA
Client Engagement Manager
Tel: 01509 458379

Will Watkiss
Client Engagement Team Lead
Tel: 01509 458385

India Shaw
Client Engagement Officer
Tel: 01509 458393

Sophie Dakin
Membership Recruitment Team Lead
Mob: 01509 458400

Minal Hawkins
Client Engagement Officer

George Sheldon
Client Engagement Officer

Olivia Jones
Client Engagement Officer

Neve Biro-Moore
Client Engagement Officer
Tel: 01509 458387


Clare Dunn MCIMSPA
Head of Partnerships
Mob: 07741 655682

Fiona Cantwell MCIMSPA
Partnerships Executive
Mob: 07485 308797

Ben Hulson MCIMSPA
Partnerships Executive
Mob: 07425 276074

Danny Ross MCIMSPA
Partnerships Executive
Mob: 07425 275045

Susie Benson MCIMSPA
Partnerships Executive
Mob: 07483 101701

Hollie Stow
Partnerships Engagement Officer

Maddie Critchley
Partnerships Engagement Officer

Regulation and Standards

Colin Huffen MCIMSPA
Head of Regulation and Standards
Tel: 01509 458371

Jordana Johnston MCIMSPA
Education Manager - Endorsement
Mob: 07833232712

Anthony Crick
Trainee Education Officer
Tel: 01509 458381

Jane Mellors MCIMSPA
Quality Assurance Manager
Mob: 07554 887618

Natasha Eason MCIMSPA
Education and Apprenticeships Officer
Tel: 01509 458373
Mob: 07741 643066

Helen Hiley MCIMSPA
Education officer - Higher Education
Tel: 01509 458370
Mob: 07990 042750

Leon Smith
Project Retrain – Course Coordinator

Grace Fowkes
Education and Quality Assurance Coordinator

Senior Management

Tara Dillon FCIMSPA (chartered)
Chief Executive Officer

Spencer Moore FCIMSPA
Strategy Director

Director of Finance and Operations

Ollie Bell
Commercial Services Director

Digital Transformation

Christian Anderson MCIMSPA
Head of Digital Transformation
Mob: 07342 882039

Ken Shilcock
IT Project Manager
Tel: 01509 458384

Marketing and Communications

Charlotte Anderson
Marketing and Communications Manager
Mob: 07823 527316

Reece Stafferton
Marketing and Communications Assistant
Tel: 01509 458389

Nicola Edson
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Tel: 01509 458386

Organisation, Design and Development

Danielle Peel MCIMSPA
Head of Organisation, Design and Development
Mob: 07557 273869

Jessica Melling
Governance Officer
Tel: 07483 101700


Morwenna Crespin
People Development Manager
Tel: 01509 458368
Mob: 07557 273501

Charlotte Phillips
People Development Officer
Tel: 01509 458394

Ashlee Alexander
Executive Assistant


Sara Wright
Project Manager
Tel: 01509 458380
Mob: 07483 101704

Nisha Bilan
Project Officer
Tel: 01509 458395

Insight and Innovation

Phill Wright
Business Transformation Manager
Mob: 07425 274943

Conor Hicken
Business and Insight Officer
Tel: 01509 458397


Ying Lu
Management Accountant
Tel: 01509 458382

Janine Lever-Parkin
Finance Officer
Tel: 01509 458397

Keir Hardy
Credit Controller
Tel: 01509 458390

Incorporated by Royal Charter Charity registration number 1144545

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