In this week’s episode, James speaks to Emily Cherry, the Executive Director of The Bikeability Trust. The Bikeability Trust is an organisation that focuses on bringing cycle skills to the entirety of the UK, benefiting young people, families, and disabled people, and bringing a sustainable form of transport to UK streets.
Emily remembers from her own childhood, lots of room to move, walk and cycle. With a great upbringing, she saw the need for safeguarding and policy change for many of the country's children. With experience across the sciences and children's development, she is well-versed in policy and strategy development.
What you’ll find out in this week’s episode:
How Emily’s early influences led her to the roles in safeguarding for children and families How Emily was first introduced to cycling and her experience taking cycle lessons with her family How her experiences and skills led to her playing a key role in policy and strategy-setting for Bikeability Her experience of being a lockdown leader and what it taught her The mantras of leadership and empowerment that Emily embraces The challenges that Bikeability went through because of COVID-19 Bikeability’s initiative to tackle the challenges cyclists have and their new family program How Bikeability emphasises young people’s employment opportunities How Emily habits help her operate at a high-performing level …and so much more!
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