Professor Emma Boggis

CEO
@ Sport and Recreation Alliance

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  • Bio

Emma Boggis is Chief Executive of the Sport and Recreation Alliance, a role she took up in September 2014. The Sport and Recreation Alliance is the umbrella organisation for the governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK and represents 320 members – including The Football Association, the Rugby Football Union, UK Athletics, the Ramblers, British Rowing and the Royal Academy of Dance. The Alliance’s role, like every trade association, is to speak up on their members’ behalf, represent their views and provide them with services which make their lives easier.
Emma is also a non-executive Director at the British Paralympic Association, a Trustee of the National Paralympic Heritage Trust and a member of the NCVO Advisory Council.

Before joining the Alliance, Emma spent the majority of her career in the senior civil service. Latterly she was head of the Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Unit in the Cabinet Office, supporting Lord Coe in his role as the Prime Minister’s Legacy Ambassador. Emma’s previous roles have included Private Secretary to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, and Deputy Head of Mission in the British Embassy in Madrid. Her early career started in the British Army where she had operational tours in Northern Ireland and Kosovo. Emma is a keen sportswoman – with a number of marathons and triathlons under her belt along with a few long distance cycle rides.

  • My Previous Events

  • Standards in Sport: Ethics, Integrity and Governance

    • 22-06-2017
    • 08:30 - 16:15
    • The Studio, Manchester