44 min

Episode 46: Kathryn Morley - OnSide Youth Zones The Drive Phase Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

In this week’s episode, James is joined by Kathryn Morley, the Chief Executive of OnSide Youth Zones since 2013. Along with the board she has spent her time and energy, growing its thriving network of Youth Zones into a national movement, supporting 50,000 young people to reach their potential and live healthier, happier lives. Prior to OnSide, Kathryn has a long history working with and supporting young people through voluntary work. This included time as a rape crisis counsellor, setting up and running incest survivors’ groups, fostering and more recently by mentoring young people. 
Kathryn is an Economics and Accounting graduate from Bristol University with a Cranfield MBA. Her previous career was in the industry, specializing in anything from transport to start-ups.
 
What you’ll find out in this week’s episode:
 
Her early childhood and how that played a role in her sports career. How the relentless nature of the sports sector affected her How and why, she joined OnSide Youth Zones. The funding model at OnSide Youth Zones, and how it’s maintained. How she effectively approached bringing together the 14 different charitable partners at OnSide Youth Zones. Kathryn’s first milestone at OnSide Youth Zones. Common myths about the sports coaching industry that Kathryn does not agree with. Some of the challenges she’s faced and how she’s been able to tackle them. The key to running a successful business in Kathryn’s opinion. …and so much more!
 
Check out OnSide Youth Zones
Website: onsideyouthzones.org
Instagram: @onsideyz
Facebook: OnSide
YouTube: OnSide
 
Connect with James: 
Instagram: @james_venturesFacebook: Coordinate Sport FB PageLinkedIn: James MooreCoordinate Cloud: The Drive Phase Podcast

In this week’s episode, James is joined by Kathryn Morley, the Chief Executive of OnSide Youth Zones since 2013. Along with the board she has spent her time and energy, growing its thriving network of Youth Zones into a national movement, supporting 50,000 young people to reach their potential and live healthier, happier lives. Prior to OnSide, Kathryn has a long history working with and supporting young people through voluntary work. This included time as a rape crisis counsellor, setting up and running incest survivors’ groups, fostering and more recently by mentoring young people. 
Kathryn is an Economics and Accounting graduate from Bristol University with a Cranfield MBA. Her previous career was in the industry, specializing in anything from transport to start-ups.
 
What you’ll find out in this week’s episode:
 
Her early childhood and how that played a role in her sports career. How the relentless nature of the sports sector affected her How and why, she joined OnSide Youth Zones. The funding model at OnSide Youth Zones, and how it’s maintained. How she effectively approached bringing together the 14 different charitable partners at OnSide Youth Zones. Kathryn’s first milestone at OnSide Youth Zones. Common myths about the sports coaching industry that Kathryn does not agree with. Some of the challenges she’s faced and how she’s been able to tackle them. The key to running a successful business in Kathryn’s opinion. …and so much more!
 
Check out OnSide Youth Zones
Website: onsideyouthzones.org
Instagram: @onsideyz
Facebook: OnSide
YouTube: OnSide
 
Connect with James: 
Instagram: @james_venturesFacebook: Coordinate Sport FB PageLinkedIn: James MooreCoordinate Cloud: The Drive Phase Podcast

44 min