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Georgie Carroll

Operations Manager

Georgie, a white woman with long blonde curly hair, smiling

Georgie Carroll

Operations Manager

Georgie has spun a mix of professional plates, including heading up brand partnerships, retail management, and business development within the third sector.

As of January 2024 she brings her knowledge and passion to Women in Sport as an Operations Manager, supporting the organisation to function as smoothly as possible.

Growing up with a very athletic brother, it seemed as though he was destined to be the ‘sporty one’ and Georgie the ‘arty one’. It wasn’t until later in life – finding herself at a point in life where she needed to improve her mental and physical health – that she realised you could be both!

Having shown no interest in running whatsoever, and lacking belief that she could run further than the end of the road, she was amazed when she started running regularly that she a) enjoyed it and b) felt confident enough to give a half marathon a go. She will always remember the speech her Dad gave on her wedding day, pointing out that she beat her brother’s time!

Georgie has practiced yoga for 20 years and during the pandemic formally qualified as a teacher. She is passionate about sharing the healing and holistic properties yoga and movement can have with others and is keen to share the overwhelmingly positive impact yoga can have on your life.

Her hope is that all women not only get the opportunity, but are actively encouraged and supported in finding a space and a community to participate in sport.

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Women in Sport was founded in 1984 and has spent the last four decades raising awareness and campaigning for change in women's sport.