Founder & CEO
Fiona has worked for many years supporting women with multiple disadvantages in a number of roles.
More recently, since becoming qualified as a Personal Trainer, her passions for social justice and fitness have combined to create theMovement.
Fiona founded theMovement in response to the many barriers women often face to exercise.
Kelly has been teaching yoga in various locations around the world for several years. She has worked and volunteered with many charities across Europe, and has a background of working with displaced and disadvantaged communities.
She is passionate about providing yoga, exercise and movement which is accessible to everyone, focusing on balancing the nervous system and developing useful skills such as self-observation and self-regulation.
Chair of Trustees
Robin is a business development director with significant experience leading on courses for those working with families and those at the edge of society.
Robin’s current role involves identifying new opportunities within the training sector and bringing them to market in a way that embeds core values and ensures sustainability.
Becky is a Level 3 qualified Personal Trainer with a specialism in pre and post-natal fitness. She has three years experience working in the industry and is passionate about helping people to feel their best.
Prior to being a PT Becky worked for a charity. She is married to Andy and mum to Benji.
Ben is a CIMA qualified Management Accountant and works for a technology company in King's Cross.
Ben lives in Greenford, West London with his wife Steph.
Ruth Le Friec
Ruth is the Lead Employability Tutor for Luminary Bakery and has been working in the third sector for 8 years.
Her work is focused on working with women and young people from backgrounds of social and economic disadvantage and those with experience of Gender Based Violence.
Hara has been working within sport, fitness and health since 1997. After 11 years as a Sports Lecturer, Hara retrained and is now a Health and Wellbeing Physiologist and also delivers vocational fitness qualifications.
Hara's desire to be part of theMovement stems from using the charitable services offered to her after surviving 15 months of Domestic Violence. She now wants to be able to provide support to women through fitness, as this was something which helped her get through her difficult times.
Harpreet is a National Practice Lead for a charity working with women who have experienced multiple disadvantages and are, or have been involved with the Family Court, she has previously worked as a Practitioner and Practice Lead in delivering the work of this organisation in Slough and Southwark. Harpreet is a registered Social Worker and prior to her current charity role, worked with children and their families in and around West London.
Outside of work, Harpreet enjoys cooking, discovering new places to see and visit in England and spending time with family.
Lizzie is a Marketing Manager at a global real estate firm in London, leading on events, advertising and strategic marketing initiatives.
Outside of work, Lizzie enjoys spending time with her family and exploring new walks around the Kent countryside.