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Sue Tibballs

Chief Executive, Women’s Sport & Fitness Foundation

Sue Tibballs is Chief Executive of the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF), the UK based charity that exists to make physical activity an integral part of women’s lives.



An entrepreneurial campaigner and social marketer for fifteen years, Sue is a leading commentator and published specialist on gender equality in society. She has worked across the charity, government and commercial sectors including working as Campaigns Manager for The Body Shop, Projects Director for trends and insight consultancy, the Future Foundation and Chair of the Fawcett Society.



WSFF produced the first UK strategy to increase women’s participation in physical activity, “Creating a Nation of Active Women”; delivered the highly innovative Sweat in the City programme; and launched the Commission on the Future of Women’s Sport, a government-backed initiative to accelerate leadership, investment and profile for women’s sport in the UK.

Why the London Olympics Really Matter for Women

We at the <a href="http://wsff.org.uk/" target="_hplink">Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation</a> believe that the London 2012 Olympics will be the best ever for women. These are some of the reasons why...
25/07/2012 17:15 BST