Cameron Wood, Chair

Cam is an Aston Villa fan and the chair of the Herefordshire FA youth council which he took on in February. He says “I am honoured to be given the opportunity to chair the football vs Homophobia Youth Panel and excited to get started in the role.”

Nicole Robinson, Events Officer

Nicole started off in football from a playing perspective, then went onto getting involved in Youth Leadership Programmes including The FA Leadership Academy and volunteering as an ECFA Activator (England Colleges Football Association). She is current Chairperson of the Sussex FA Youth Council and going on to study a Football Development degree at the University of Chichester.

Bronnie Griffiths,
Events Officer

Bronnie is one of our newly appointed Events Officers. Bronnie graduated from University of South Wales back last summer and now works with Disability Sport Wales as their Get Out Get Active Officer. Bronnie is committed to help those who have a voice to be heard and listed to.

Sam Clarke,
Communications Officer

Sam is a Sports Journalism graduate from Solent University Southampton, and going on to study a Masters in Sports Broadcasting. An avid Charlton Athletic fan and member of the Proud Valiants supporters group.

Amy Allard-Dunbar,
Education Officer

Amy has been a vocal advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community for years since becoming a student at the University of Stirling, where in her last year she took on a role at LEAP Sports scotland where she began campaigning for LGBTQIA+ Inclusion in sports. Now graduated Amy spends her time volunteering and working for a number of rights based charities focusing on equality, policy change and education covering race issues, community inclusion and gender and sexuality inequality. Amy is really excited to be joining the youth panel as an educator for the Football Vs Homophobia organisation and can’t wait for the year ahead.

Communications Officer

Ben is 20 years old and currently about to start his last year of university. He has always loved football and supports Brighton. He is going to be the social media officer for Football v Homophobia.

Ryan Harwood,
Education Officer

Ryan is 21 and asexual. They are big Charlton Athletic fan and have started playing for the inclusive side Charlton Invicta. They also love foreign football and particularly follow St. Pauli, Atalanta, and Deportivo Saprissa. They love football and want to help make it an inclusive environment for all. As well as football they love to read and are studying creative writing at university. They are also interested in the supernatural, environmental conservation, and are a bit of a foodie.