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Meet Your JOG Derbyshire Coordinators

Michelle Simmons

Michelle says she can't ever sit still and is never happier than when she's outdoors - either on her allotment or out exploring the hills, ideally in Scotland.

Michelle has come to Jog Derbyshire through a love of sport and working with people. "I love running my sports therapy business, looking after my two little boys, four chickens and our dog. This isn't just a job - I want to work as a Jog Derbyshire coordinator because I believe I can make a difference."

Michelle has a clear vision. "My background in health promotion means my priority is getting people into activity for the long-term. I want sport to be a social activity that doesn't cost a lot, where people can make friends without it becoming a chore."

Contact Michelle on 07703 933259 or email michelle@jogderbyshire.co.uk

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Cat Wynne

Cat has a host of experience of working with volunteers, particularly in her last job as Volunteer Coordinator at ChildLine, as well as at various sports clubs, including Long Eaton Triathlon Club, where she currently enjoys coaching junior triathletes each week.

From being quite inactive, she discovered jogging, and have now completed race distances from regular parkruns to a long distance triathlon. "I love to share the enjoyment and achievement that I have felt from developing my running," she says.

She is excited by the task of energising joggers across Derbyshire. "It's great to be part of a dynamic and committed organisation, working with a team of dedicated and enthusiastic people and sharing my love of jogging with people in Derbyshire."