Andy delivers all the programs and is assisted by Chris in most aspects of the leadership work.
RFYL CIC Advisory Board is Beth, Chris, Louise & Tom (see below)
RFYL Student Shadow Board (new for 2023) Settle College Sixth Form
Andy is the founding Director of the company formed out of his desire to deliver his innovative programs in a more sustainable way to populations who need it most. He is an inspiring and award-winning speaker and a skilled coach who is right at the front of his subject. He walks the talk and continues to keep the cobwebs at bay by running long for the fun and challenge of it all.
Humanist, experienced exec coach at PwC, UKCP registered psychotherapist in private practice, mental health advocate and someone who strives to make a small difference one day at a time.
Chis has just finished a career as an engineer with Shell, living and working in remote and challenging locations around the world. He is a lifelong exerciser and a firm believer in the physical and mental benefits of endurance sport. Chris is now running his own consultancy company, doing something University lecturing and focusing on personal goals in sport. He is a keen triathlete, diver, skier as well as in training for the 21/22 Clipper race.
Louise is an experienced facilitator, coach and consultant. She focuses on the development of leadership behaviours and has worked with a wide range of organisations across the public and private sector, both locally and globally. Louise is a keen runner and loves to take on challenges that take her beyond her current physical and mental comfort zones.
Tom has a long career in technology as a software engineer, manager and CTO, living and working in both the UK and the USA, primarily in travel and hotel technology. He currently manages the software team at a healthcare start-up. He gets outdoors as often as time allows and is a keen cyclist, hiker and a more recent convert to running in the fells near his home in Cumbria. Tom has a keen personal interest in criminal justice reform and effective rehabilitation.