I've been in and around Community Sports Network since I was around 5 years old. I was on number of their Summer/Easter camps as a child. My most memorable moment was when I was a poster child on one of the flyers for a tennis programme I had been involved in.
Before I joined CSN as an employee; I was at university studying Film & Television. Putting my camera skills to use in CSN made me explore the path of digital marketing which I have loved.
During the pandemic, I helped out CSN with transforming their programmes into online content such as the Munch Club. We even did workouts for 8 weeks on Facebook live videos.
A year later, I was able to get back to CSN again through the Time to Shine programme with the Rank Foundation. I was so happy to get back in with the organisation as the work they do actually makes a difference in other peoples lives through sport and mental well-being.
The best thing about working in Community Sports Network is definitely seeing people get the most out of programmes. The wide range of programmes catering to people from age 5 right up to 100+ and everyone seems to really enjoy them.
The working culture in CSN is definitely one of the best I’ve had in my career. Everyone in the office is really friendly and the banter is good. I feel a support network is there to discuss any ideas or problems.