Meet the Team

Meet the team

Chair - Peter Bundey – GLL Chief Executive Designate

Peter has 30 years experience in the sport and leisure sector, and has worked alongside numerous sport and charitable national bodies on a range of key national and international projects. Peter has presented industry evidence to Parliamentary Select Committees at the House of Commons on the Olympic and Paralympic Games and Social Enterprise within the Public Sector.

Trustee – Mark Sesnan – Chief Officer Group - Strategic Advisor GLL

Mark is responsible for the management of GLL with a staff base of over 10,000 employees, in excess of £200 million turnover and operation of 240 facilities with over 40 operating partners.

Trustee – Perri Shakes-Drayton – Athlete

Having already served as a GSF Ambassador, Perri brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding from an athlete and their journey through sport. Which she and GSF Board members believe will provide much-needed insight to support the development of the programme and continue to help athletes from all walks of life achieve their dreams.

Tony Wallace - Regional Director

Tony Wallace is an experienced Sports and Leisure professional with over 25 years experience within the leisure industry working for GLL, the UK’s leading Charitable Social Enterprise and largest leisure operator in the UK.
Tony is a Regional Director for GLL and has been involved with the GLL Sport Foundation since its launch in 2007 and has seen it grow into the UK’s largest independent athlete support programme of its kind receiving acclaim for its support of young athletes from leading people in the sports and political arena.
Tony currently leads the Sport Foundation team and is focussed on developing the programme ensuring that athlete’s remain at the heart of everything that it does. 

Amy Bradley - GLL Sport Foundation Officer

What is your favourite sport – Football
How did you get into sport – I started playing football for my local team when I was 10 and I never looked back! I represented my county in multiple ages groups, and then I was offered a place in a Football academy programme. This led to a place in the club’s senior teams, where I spent the next five seasons playing with them. After having surgery for a bad knee injury and taking some time out of the game, I returned to playing football for my local team.
What is your favourite sporting memory – Playing in a cup match with 10 players and being 5-0 down at halftime, we came back to equalise the game 5-5 and ended up winning it 6-5 in extra time! This game will always be a reminder to never give up, even when the odds are stacked up against you!

Emma Lewis

Trustee – Emma Lewis