We are the wonderful BeeZee Bodies team! Find out a bit more about us below...
I wanted to be a PE teacher or a Fireman
I studied Sports Science followed by an MSc in Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing and I enjoyed both!
I am in charge of the strategic direction of the company and supporting people who work here to reach their full potential
I love getting to work with such fun and dedicated people and thinking of creative new ways to help people, both the public and my colleagues
Hmmm, good question…. I would take the whole team to do a big challenge like Everest Base Camp as seeing people achieve big things is what I love to do!
BA Sport and Physical Education
Ensure all our processes and procedures are in place so that families, individuals and staff are safe and happy. Day to day running of the offices and sites and working out how to put the teams awesome ideas into practice.
Working at BZ is definitely challenging but I like to support people to do things they didn’t think they could and support them to find things they love to do.
I would love to take the whole team to a music concert (probs Coldplay….or Rudimental)
I wanted to be an actor. I loved movies growing up and was mesmerised by all the wonderful worlds they created, I really wanted to be part of all that.
I trained as a professional Chef, then moved into Hospitality and Business Management and later i focused on Social Enterprise and Social Impact in communities.
I focus on developing the BeeZee Bodies business model, business planning, strategy and productivity. I also play a key role in the BZ Quiz Team
Everybody here is so very friendly and make you feel welcome and valued , and the team have a wealth of different skills coming from a wide variety of backgrounds.
I could easily say all of them but I will go with Be Innovative as I am always looking for new way to improve how BeeZee Bodies works.
I never really knew what I wanted to be when I grew up! I once thought about being a Social Worker, so I could help the vulnerable but was put off by a friend who’s Mum was one, then RAF fighter jet pilot .. watched too much Top Gun! I just want to help people!
Life experience! It’s an adventure in progress, gaining knowledge and learning more about the world , myself and my potential. After 25 yrs in 2018 I went back to studying to gain a CIPD HR qualification, which crushed that fear of your never too old to re-train.
My Role is Administrator & First Impressions – I work in the Herts Office, I get to talk to parents and carers and tell them all about the brilliant Beezee Families programmes and then sign them up to their local programme. I also make sure the office runs smoothly along with administrative tasks, and assist Stu on some of his tasks .
I love it , I get to work along side a great team & dogs! Everyone works so hard and are really passionate to help people make changes and help them to achieve it and the biggest bonus is we make sure we have fun doing it!! Never thought I’d be back on roller skates after so many years!!
Be Real … I find it hard to be someone I’m not, I can relate and empathise with the person on the end of the phone as a woman with a weight issue and a Mum with an ASD Child whom has attended BeeZee Families. I know how hard that phone call was to make, and by making it non judgemental it eliminates that fear and helps that person or family overcome the real issue.
Administration & First Impressions (Hertfordshire) & Rebel On The Dancefloor
I wanted to be a Video Game Designer or Tester or a journalist, haha. I loved the creativity of these things as well as doing something that would make someone else happy.
I studied Philosophy Undergraduate at Bristol and then decided to try and get into Event Management. This then became Events Administration and right now I am exploring what the world of Administration holds.
I help out with first impressions calls and other general administrative duties, though I also currently play a part in helping out other teams and learning how best to support them in their tasks moving forward.
Be Passionate! It is infectious and you see the best of people when you talk to them about what they love. It’s the closest we can get to travelling to alternate dimensions, because the perspectives and experiences can be so different. I believe this ability to inspire is key to growth and positive change, since you are the average of the people you surround yourself with. So surround yourself with passionate people!
Business Admin and Junior Marketing Executive (Hertfordshire) & Game Master
I loved every sport possible growing up, so I really wanted to be a PE Teacher.
I have worked in the leisure industry for many years and I gained various fitness/coaching qualifications, which include Level 3 Personal Trainer and FA Level 1 in Football Coaching.
I’m a programme co-ordinator for the BeeZee Families programmes in Hertfordshire. I make sure everything runs smoothly on site and I book all the sport coaches that deliver all the fun sessions on our programmes. I also help find clubs for children and their families to join something that they enjoy doing.
Be Passionate – I’ve always had an interest in health and fitness, so I’m very passionate about being able to help families achieve the challenges they set each week to become healthier as a family together. It’s great seeing children’s confidence grow throughout our programmes by making new friends, enjoying a sport they never thought they would or achieving something that means a lot to them and being part of that is why I love my job.
Area Manager & Sporty Spice
I changed my mind often but I remember I wanted to be one of the photographers on the David Attenborough series for a long time.
I studied Nutrition at Kingston University and absolutely loved my course, tutors and friends.
I am a Nutritionist and NCMP Co-ordinator at BZ Bodies.
Be Real is the core value that speaks the most to me. At a time, where it’s so easy to put up a false picture of you and your life, being real is so crucial. At a time, when people are struggling with an economic crisis or health issues, being real with them becomes even more important. To me, it encompasses all the other values in one because to be real is to be empowering, innovative, passionate and courageous.
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Queen of Calm
I always wanted to be a librarian when I was little. I loved organising and tidying things and I especially loved it when the librarian had to stamp the book with the date ! I still love books and usually have at least two books I want to read. I also enjoy language and am curious about where sayings come from. All of us here at BeeZee Bodies like to have a good laugh together: did you know that the phrase “In Stitches” comes from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night….written 400years ago!
I completed my degree in Nutrition at the University of Hertfordshire in summer 2020, having completed a one year Access to Science course prior to that as my original A-Levels were not science related. I studied English, French and German and have a degree in German and Business Studies from the University of Swansea.
I am a nutritionist working with families in Hertfordshire. I am currently working on our online programmes and hope to get back to running sessions in person sometime soon.
Be REAL. I think it’s really important to be honest and true with each other; and ourselves. If someone asks me a question I will answer it honestly. It is much more likely that I will open up to a person who I feel is genuine in their feelings and opinions and I hold myself to that as well. A big part of me helping families to make meaningful changes is us building a relationship together; and that needs both us to be open and real.
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Kitchen Dancing Queen
I wanted to be a dancer or failing that a Tennis Player, although I think it was always going to be dancing as my Mum ran her own Dancing School. I started dancing there at the age of 3!
I studied Performing Arts at College in Sidcup, Kent. I then joined the University of Life. I did however decide to study Counselling Skills at North Herts College a few years ago. I’m also a qualified IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advocate)
I am a Wellbeing Co-ordinator and Co-facilitator of the HENRY programme for 0-5 year olds.
Be Passionate – Supporting and caring for people in whatever capacity that may be is in my DNA. I believe that it is important as human beings to connect with each other. The positive impact it has on our wellbeing cannot be underestimated. To be heard and feel valued, to laugh (most important one!), to cry and share our experiences with others enriches our lives.
Wellbeing Co-ordinator (Hertfordshire) & Boxfit Enthusiast
I wanted to be lots of different things including a police woman, a chef and a popstar, practicing loudly with a hairbrush around the house!
I studied Biology as an undergraduate at Exeter University and spent the first part of my working life in the food industry, developing and launching new food products. During this time and with the arrival of children, my interest in Nutrition blossomed and I decided to study for a Masters in Human Nutrition at St Marys University, Twickenham.
I am a Nutritionist working across Hertfordshire to help families and children to become happier and healthier
I would say the core value that best describes me is being passionate. I’m passionate about food, nutrition and being active and want to use this to inspire and support others to make positive lifestyle changes, so they can grow in confidence, feel healthier and enjoy life to the full!
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Car Karaoke Queen
Hmmm Let me think…
(Brighton) Service Manager & Gregarious Gallivant
I went through a phase of wanting to be a backing dancer or singer and regularly applied to be in the audience at TOTP (Top of the Pops) in the hope of being ‘spotted’, but I soon realised I could neither sing nor dance! Then I wanted to travel so I had a career as a travel agent working for many years in the music industry before retraining as a Nutritionist.
I studied Nutrition at Oxford Brookes University. I loved it so much I stayed there and worked in research, before going on to complete my PhD investigating how breakfast composition (mostly in the form of muffins) affects glucose regulation and memory in teenagers. I am also an Iyengar yoga teacher, headstand is my favourite pose!
I am one of the Nutritionists in the Brighton team delivering on the adult programmes.
Be Empowering! I love supporting people to uncover new ways to put in place the changes they want to make. I grew up living and working in pubs which means I really value the social support and community spirit that comes out of the groups I work with
Nutritionist (Brighton) & Happy Headstander
I wanted to be a chef and have my own famous restaurant, cooking and serving meals from all different cultures around the world. My dream of exploring different countries and learn about all the food and flavours is still in my heart!
I studied a bachelor’s degree in physical activity and nutrition at the University of Derby, thinking at first that I will become an absolute healthy life expert. That was a bit naïve, soon realising that simply ‘eat less move more’ does not fit easily into people’s complex lifestyles. I went on studying masters in nutrition and behaviour at Bournemouth Uni, discovering that psychology is often the missing element when supporting someone’s lifestyle journey.
I am one of the nutritionists, supporting the BeeZee Adult and Families programmes in Brighton.
“Be courageous” – no matter how many excuses pop inside my head, I always end up taking the opportunity and trying new things, tasting new flavours, meeting new people, exploring new approaches. Cause that’s what life is about. Even if it’s a challenge, or if it ends up being an unpleasant experience, it moves you forward to a better place.
Nutritionist (Brighton) & Hula Hooper
When I as younger I would always swap between wanting to be a gardener or a vet. However, at 15, I decided Nutrition is where it’s at.
I studied Nutrition and Public Health BSc in Sheffield. When I was at university I also volunteered as a nutritionist at a local food bank, ran the cheese and wine society and held events to raise awareness about food waste.
I work with families helping them to live healthier lives through nutrition education- we have a lot of fun!
I love meeting all our families and learning lots of new things from them, no two sessions are the same and my colleagues are honestly the best!
Passionate- I am passionate about the power of food and helping people to have a better relationship with food and healthier lifestyles.
I really had no idea what I wanted to be when I was growing up – it changed every week – I just knew I wanted to travel.
I have been interested in health and fitness all my life and have dabbled in many areas of wellbeing – being a bit of a course-a-holic – jack of all trades springs to mind! And I love being active whether it be in my garden, walking, yoga, tap dancing or ballet.
I am a Referral Co-ordinator at BeeZee Bodies which means I talk to people when they contact the office and let them know about all the different things we do.
I would say the core value that best describes me is “Be Empowering”. This is something I get chance to do in abundance when helping people book on a programme or when facilitating a group and in my daily life – I get a lot of pleasure from other people’s successes as well as my own.
Referral Co-ordinator (Brighton) & Gardening Goddess
From an early age I loved making things, especially clothes for my Sindy dolls. My parents/grandparents thought it would be good for me to become a teacher. So, I stayed away from that profession! I’m also rebellious.
Either a fashion designer or aircraft hostess were jobs I contemplated but eventually became a Tailor and then a soft toy designer 😊
I completed a Handcraft Tailoring course after leaving school and then did a variety of other programmes to change direction into educational support after having children. I completed a degree, which had long been an ambition, in 2010 and in 2012 I became a Family Support Worker.
I have loads of interests especially in sustainable design/handcraft sewing and seem to always be in a renovation stage on my home. Gardening is also a passion.
I am a Family Support Worker for Gloucester.
Innovation…..I believe sustainable design is the way forward. I’ve always been passionate about making things for myself, my children and my home. Where I can I reuse/repurpose fabrics for my projects, and recently started eco printing using the nature growing in my own garden
Family Support Worker (Gloucestershire) & Queen of Creative
I wanted to be a musical star! I have seen Mamma Mia an embarrassing number of times and have a new obsession with Hamilton. I loved singing but I my (lack of) dancing skills let me down in my feat to become the next West End dancing queen!
I did my undergrad in Neuroscience & Psychology and have recently finished a masters in Public Health.
I’m the Implementation Officer, so I work closely with Stu to make sure his ‘Head of Distraction’ role doesn’t dominate the things he actually needs to get done in his ‘CEO’ role…it’s an interesting role!
All the BeeZee Bodies values resonate with me, but if I had to choose one I’d go for ‘Passionate’. Part of the reason I chose to do study Public Health was because I wanted to understand the theoretical side of how to improve people’s health and I am passionate about applying this in the real world. I’m super excited to be a part of an organisation that helps people make changes towards healthier, and ultimately happier lives.
Implementation Officer & Colour Coding Queen
As I grew up, my career choices changed. It ranged from Chef, to Doctor, to Lawyer! Eventually I studied Law and one of my biggest hobbies is Cooking and baking!
I have completed both the LLB Law Degree and the LPC course.
I am the Referral Manager, I work with a team of Referral Coordinators to ensure we are signing people up in the best and most efficient manner, as well as ensuring Personal Data is handled correctly.
Be Real. – I 100% feel I wear my heart on my sleeve. I find that being your true self helps you not only be confident but allows you to trust your ability to take on any task and do it to the best of your capability. It allows you to make honest mistakes, whilst having the courage and confidence to make them right.
Referral Hub Manager & Bake Off Champion
An explorer, a billionaire, or a binman at different times 😂
Maths – bad move so don’t judge me
I use qualitative and quantitative data to make things better and more efficient. Sometimes that’s optimising the website for conversions, sometimes it’s automating processes, and sometimes it’s just working out how to fix whatever’s broken!
Innovative. Otherwise lots of things would stay broken or never get better!
Freelance Marketing & Nature Nerd
Men's Health & Wellbeing Lead (Gutless) & King of Chill
My career selections jumped around a lot, but I consistently always wanted to be Morticia from the Addams Family.
Aside from my Human Resources qualifications I studied Philosophy of Religion and Ethics. It has always been a subject that fascinated me and I loved deep diving into logic theories. I now spend less time hurting my brain with complicated concepts and more time sewing and embroidering spooky themed things.
I am the Employee Experience Manager, my job is to support employees through every part of their work lifecycle. I create strategies, processes and reports – it can involve a lot of data handling at times, but who doesn’t love a spreadsheet?!
Innovative – I love exploring new ideas and approaches and get really excited to come up with new ways of working that can make the employee experience better!
Employee Experience Manager & Elder Emo
Growing up I always wanted to be a marine biologist! I loved the idea of living on a tropical island and snorkeling in the sunshine all day long. Turns out there’s a bit more academia required to be a marine biologist so I started my journey to become a nutritionist, working with people to enhance their diets and health. It’s still a dream of mine to swim with the turtles though!
I studied Culinary Arts at the University of West London but then went on to do my Masters in Human Nutrition at St Mary’s University in Twickenham.
I am a BeeZee Families nutritionist working in the Waltham Forest branch
Be courageous! Having a little more faith in ourselves is something I think everyone can benefit from. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone and taking small steps towards making positive changes is what BeeZee is all about. Change can be scary but sometimes in life you’ve just got to jump!
Nutritionist (Waltham Forest) & Olive Connoisseur
I wanted to be a swimmer and whilst I have maintained high amateur status by swimming as much as I can, the elite field eludes me 😐
I studied behaviour. Principally I noticed that if I use my saddest face long enough, people shared their lunch with me.
I mainly keep Stu and Helen (a.k.a. Mum and Dad) sane and go round the offices to make new friends
Is ‘Be Sleepy’ one? No? OK, then ‘Be Passionate’ – because I am passionate about swimming, dog agility and all kinds of food… literally anything.
Patricia King 🐾
Queen of Aloofness
EVERYTHING! I can remember wanting to be everything from a Paediatrician to a Rockstar, Marine Biologist, Writer, Artist, Optometrist, Kindergarten Teacher, Baker…..…….
I originally studied Food Service Management and Hospitality with a concentration in Baking & Pastry Arts at the Culinary Institute of America in New York. While working/living in NYC I became a certified yoga instructor (RYT500). When I moved to London, I decided it was time for a change and went on to get a Master’s in Sport & Exercise Nutrition at Middlesex University.
Nutritionist for BeeZee Families in Waltham Forest
BE REAL – this value is so important to me because we literally can’t be anything or anyone other than ourselves so might as well embrace it.
Nutritionist (Waltham Forest) & Dog Mom
A Spice Girl! In particular Baby Spice… I had all the costumes and knew all the moves!
I studied Psychology and after working in mental health for five years found a passion for nutrition. I went on to gain my masters in Nutrition and Behaviour with an interest in how the two are linked and influence each other.
I’m a nutritionist on the BeeZee Live Team, working on the adult and family programmes.
It’s hard to just choose one… But if I had to I would say ‘Be Real’. Real in the sense of being honest and open with each other. As well as real to ourselves, acknowledging that perfection is unrealistic and our feelings are valid. Through this I wish to help people develop healthy and happy relationships with food and their bodies.
Nutritionist (BeeZee Live) & Arts and Crafts Extraordinaire
I wanted to be a vet due to my love of animals, or a pro-footballer
I studied Nutrition and Dietetics MSci at the University of Nottingham
I’m a Nutritionist and work on the BZ Families programme
Real. Because it is always kept 100. Integrity and authenticity come first
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Anime Enthusiast
I really wanted to be a paramedic then my identical twin had a bad accident and there was a lot of blood and goo involved so unfortunately I decided I just didn’t have the stomach for it.
I studied performing arts and English Literature. I am also a qualified Vintner so can recommend a very nice wine to go with a nice cooked meal. I also studied and passed ITIL which is a set of detailed practices for IT.
I’m an NCMP Co-ordinator. I am responsible for calling families who receive the National Child Measurement Programme to check they received their letter, check if they have any questions, see if they need any support and talk about the services that are available to support them in their area.
Be Empowering. My ultimate aim in Life is to help people – that’s my passion! I feel a purpose when I can make a change if only a small one to create a happier healthier life, as ultimately all we aim for is to have a very happy healthy positive life.
NCMP Co-Ordinator (Birmingham) & Little Miss Chatterbox
When I was younger my dream job was to be what I used to call a hermit philosopher. I was fascinated by the idea of being surrounded by nature, living in the middle of nowhere and spending my time thinking and finding solutions for mind-blowing cognitive dilemmas and important issues of the world… yes, I was a peculiar kid!
My background is in Health Psychology. I did a BSc in Psychology, and an MSc and PhD in Health Psychology. I am really interested in developing engagement strategies and different ways to explore and represent people’s experiences, and using that to support and inform better health and wellbeing. One of the areas I am most passionate about is building the bridge between the rigour and robustness of scientific knowledge and the practicalities and contexts of ‘real-world’ problems experienced by local communities.
I am a Behavioural Insights Manager and I work centrally to coordinate the Insight and Behavioural Science workstreams for different contracts and areas of the company. Part of my work is to ensure we place the focus of our engagement strategies and behaviour change approaches on local communities and their natural capacities, needs, and wants. This work ensures the strategies and approaches we use to support behaviour change are evidence based and meaningfully involve people from local communities and the families we work with.
I had a really hard time picking between ‘Be Innovative’ and ‘Be real’! I believe innovation is key to my professional life and to health and wellbeing research. However, if I was forced to pick just one, I’d say ‘Be Real’. We should always be true to ourselves and pursue the things in our lives and careers that we are passionate about!
Behavioural Insights Manager & Camping Ninja
I really wanted to be an air stewardess, a ballerina, and a mechanic all at the same time.
I studied my undergraduate in Human Nutrition at the University of Greenwich, followed by a Masters in Nutrition and Genetics at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. I am also a Personal Trainer with GP referral.
I am the Service Manager for the Children and Young People’s programmes in Brent and Hounslow. I support my team of nutritionists to get the most appropriate and helpful information into the community.
Empowering: I absolutely love empowering others to get the most out of themselves that they can. A natural born problem solver, I love to help others overcome their barriers.
Service Manager (Brent & Hounslow) & Master of Mindfulness
I mainly wanted to be French, but I also dreamed of being Magnum PI, a jockey, an actor and a skiing instructor.
Well, naturally I studied French at Uni, and being a curious type I have also trained as a Teacher, a Project Manager and a Personal Trainer.
I have spent the past year in our Central Services Referral Team, and am thrilled to be segwaying into the Engagement Officer position within our Hertfordshire contract.
That’s a tough one as I feel I align with them all, but as I have to pick one I’d say ‘Be Real’ as my professional and personal integrity supports me in all that I do.
Engagement Officer (Herts)
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Disability Wellbeing Coordinator & Queen of Noise
Dabbled with PE teacher, dentist, or some kind of adventurer.
My bachelor’s degree was in Psychology, then a master’s in Nutrition and Behaviour.
Nutritionist for adult programs in Brighton.
‘Empowering’, because I like to give the fishing rod, not just the fish!
I wanted to be something new every week! A teacher (Matilda was my favourite film), an artist (I absolutely loved watching Art Attack) and at one point, I’d even pinned my hopes on being the 6th member of the Spice Girls. Well… that was until they announced their split, and that dream came crashing down!
I studied a Bachelor of Honours in Primary Education (QTS) at the University of Chichester. I worked as a Primary Teacher and Key Stage Leader for 9 years before deciding I was ready for a new challenge outside of the classroom. Joining the BeeZee Bodies team has enabled me to do just that whilst still pursuing my passion for helping children and families.
I am the Hertfordshire Service Manager. I work with different local partners to support families living in Hertfordshire to make positive changes to improve their health and well-being. I support my team in the organisation and delivery of the fun and engaging programmes we have on offer in Herts!
‘Be Real’- I think it is so important to be who you are and be honest with what you feel. It can be so easy to get caught up in society’s expectations and standards that sometimes you can end up losing sight of yourself and what truly makes you happy. When you start doing more of what makes you happy, the other core values shine through.
Service Manager (Hertfordshire) & Peanut Butter Nutter
I wanted to be a teacher because I loved bossing everyone around!
I studied BA English & Sports Science at Loughborough University, followed by MSc Nutrition with Public Health Management at Sheffield Hallam University.
I’m a Nutritionist within the Birmingham team, primarily working on the Beezee Families programme to support families to become happier and healthier.
I would say ‘Empowering’. I’m such a people person and I love nothing more than supporting others and seeing them thrive.
Nutritionist and Families Manager (Birmingham) & Dogs Best Friend
I studied Psychology and Criminology at university and having worked in education for the past 10 years, I am currently studying an MA in Inclusion (SEMH).
I am the Content Manager and therefore manage and coordinate all the client-facing content that is created within Beezee Bodies and its projects.
‘Be innovative’ – I am always looking to do things differently and think more innovative and creative. I am not a fan of ‘ordinary’ and I like going against the tide in order to bring about better results through change, hence the Chief Maverick title.
Content Manager & Chief Maverick
Actor or a Journalist or a Forensic Scientist. Or an Actor who plays a Journalist who then becomes a Forensic Scientist !
I received my BSc in Public Heath from Canterbury Christchurch University . I then went on to study Public Health Nutrition at the University of Chester.
I’m a Nutritionist on the BeeZee Families program in Waltham Forest, helping to support children and families to make healthy changes and feel happier!
‘Passionate’ – I am passionate about helping people make long term, meaningful changes towards a healthier lifestyle. It’s a great feeling when you can help someone better themself and they realize eating healthy does not have to be boring !
Nutritionist (Waltham Forest) & DIY Queen
I wanted to be Princess Jasmine.
Nutrition and Public Health at Sheffield Hallam University.
Nutritionist at Hertfordshire working on the BeeZee Families programme.
Be Passionate- this is because I am passionate about health and well-being and I want to be able to champion the families I work with so that they sustain a healthy lifestyle.
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & The Oat-Cracker
Human Nutrition BSc
I am a Nutritionist for the BeeZee Live.
Passionate! I enjoy encompassing my experiences so far into all areas of my life. I do genuinely believe if you’re going to do something…do it with passion, and if I can help someone on their journey along the way – brilliant!
Nutritionist (BeeZee Live) & Bunny Rabbit Ambassador
A dentist – I have absolutely no idea why! I moved on when I really thought it through.
I am a qualified Rehabilitation Officer with an FDsC in Rehabilitation Studies (Visual Impairment) along with having NVQ’s 3 & 4 in Advice & Guidance which are qualifications needed in advice giving roles. I also have HR, Business and Project Management qualifications along with a BSc degree in Early Childhood Studies. I’m a firm believer in lifelong learning so I’m always picking up training, and courses, that seem interesting or useful.
Service Manager – Disability. I manage the BeeZee Bodies contracts for adults with visual impairments, learning disabilities and physical impairment in Birmingham.
Innovative. I really enjoy coming up with creative solutions to issues that pop up and I’m always looking for ways to change and improve services.
Disability Service Manager & Enthusiastic Multitasker
I wanted to design and make one off wedding dresses.
Before I started getting into health and fitness, I went to college to Study Art and Design then University to complete my BA in Fashion Design, more recently studying to be a Personal trainer, with lower back and knee pain specialism, as well as pre and postnatal exercise and nutrition. I really enjoy training with kettlebells and currently training myself for my certification.
I am a wellbeing co-ordinator supporting families to lead happy, healthy lives through the BeeZee Families Birmingham Program.
Be real best describes me, I like to be realistic about expectations, real in who I am and knowing that nobody or any situation is perfect. I like to motivate and encourage people but I eat pizza that doesn’t mean I’m “unhealthy” but I’m real and set realistic expectations of myself and others.
Wellbeing Coordinator (Birmingham) & Chaotic Meditator
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Service Manager (Waltham Forest) & Gymnastics Queen
A singer or a hairdresser!
I studied Performing Arts (Rock & Pop Music) in College as a singer however I sadly haven’t done much singing since other than in the shower or whilst dancing around the kitchen with the kids!.
I’m the BeeZee Academy Manager looking after our super shiny Learning Management System which has very quickly become new baby!
BE PASSIONATE – I’m super passionate about the things I love – whether it be my family, friends, my career, things I enjoy and especially things I believe in…..oh, and Christmas!!
BeeZee Academy Manager & Crazy Christmas Elf
Growing up I wanted to be a baker.
At university I studied BSc Food, Health and Nutrition and MSc Nutrition in Practise.
I am a Nutritionist for Hertfordshire at BeeZee Bodies.
The core value that describes me most is Passionate. This is because I love nutrition and helping others live their happiest and healthiest lives!
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Passionate about Porridge
I wanted to be a doctor or a scientist.
I studied Biomedical Sciences as an undergraduate and then went on to study a master’s in Medical Biosciences.
I am a Project Engagement Officer based in Bristol.
All the core values are so important to me but the one that best describes me is “Be real”. I think it’s so important to be true to yourself and being real to me means being open, genuine, authentic, honest and kind. When you are your true real self, it gives room for other core values to shine through.
Project Engagement Officer (Bristol) & Little Miss Sunshine
Indiana Jones hehe
I’m a Journalist.
I’m a referral co-ordinator
We are Real. Because I am very real, transparent and what you see it’s what you get.
Referral Co-ordinator & Certified Catwoman
When I grew up I wanted to be a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing. I love dancing and used to make up routines with my little sister. I absolutely adored all the sparkly outfits that they wore (actually still do love the glitz and glam.)
I studied Nutrition, Health and Lifestyles at Sheffield Hallam University.
I am one of the Nutritionists leading the BeeZee Families programme in Birmingham, to help and support children and families to be happier and healthier.
Be Empowering – I am a very supportive person and want to be there for people. I am passionate about helping people to make healthier choices and to see them grow into happier, healthier people through my support, help and knowledge.
Nutritionist (Birmingham) & Disney Princess
The person I needed when I was young. A role model for the next generations. To grow old but not grow up!
Mountaineering, German, and Spanish!
I am a Presenter for Families!
Passionate. I am passionate about making the best of our lives whilst we are spinning around space. I love encouraging people to be the best version of themselves and empowering them to feel great. I love opening the eyes of people who have been merely surviving instead of thriving!
Presenter (BZ Live) & Mountain Girl
I always wanted to be a professional ballerina, but particularly to dance the role of the Sugar Plumb Fairy.
I studied Commercial Dance in Spain.
My job role is BZ Live Administrator.
I think I can best be described as courageous, because I love taking risks and pushing myself out of my comfort zone!
BZ Live Administrator
There’s no one job that stuck out for me growing up and it took me a while to discover my passion. However, having qualified as a nutritionist last year, I’ve finally found what I love and am excited to be starting out my career with BeeZee Bodies!
I studied nursing for 2 years before taking some time out and eventually making the switch to BSc (Hons) Nutrition.
I am a remote nutritionist within the Birmingham team helping to deliver online services for adults living with visual impairments, physical impairments or learning disabilities.
Empower! I’m a firm believer that knowledge is power and am passionate about sharing mine with others to help them make informed choices about their diet and lifestyle.
Nutritionist (Birmingham) and Wanderlust Woman
When I was a little girl, my dream was to become a vet, but I changed my mind when I realized that there’s more to it than just picking up fluffy animals 😀 I also wanted to become a dancer and I am still very passionate about it. I am proud to have been able to do a traditional Persian dance for my sister’s wedding in front of 400 people!!
I have always had an interest in helping others, and I found health sciences very intriguing. Initially I started off a BSc programme in Biochemistry, but once I started studying, I began to realise how vital nutrition is to development, optimal body function, and prevention and management of diseases. I found myself drawn to the sciences behind what we eat, and I felt I could best serve the community by promoting healthy eating and lifestyle. I changed my BSc to Human Nutrition, which I then followed with a MSc, and I have remained passionate about it since.
I am a wellbeing coordinator working remotely, supporting adults and families as part of the BeeZee Lite programme.
Innovative. I like to come up with ideas to advance myself and the company I work for. I enjoy learning about new approaches and keeping up to date with the latest technology in order to welcome change.
Wellbeing Coordinator (BZ Lite) & Persian Belly Dancer
I wanted to be a vet!
I have a BSc degree in Human Nutrition and a MSc in Nutritional Therapy and hoping to get another MSc in Psychology in the future.
I am a Nutritionist.
“The Greeks only asked one question when a man died: ‘Did he have passion?’”. As a Greek, I find great value in passion as it kindles hope and creates excitement for life, to dream big therefore ‘passionate’ is a value that best describes me.
Nutritionist (Gloucester) & Lover of People Watching
I wanted to be a Nurse or Forensic Scientist.
I studied Human Nutrition at London Metropolitan University.
I am a Nutritionist at BeeZee Bodies
I feel like the value that best describes me is the Passionate value because I feel like I’ve always been resilient when it comes to overcoming obstacles. I tend to remain positive which i feel like gives me fuel to keep pushing through.
Nutritionist (Hounslow) & Crime Show Fanatic
Animal conservationist or a Footballer
I studied Sports Management at Northumbria university
B.Youth Programme Coordinator
Innovative! I always look to keep stuff fresh in my life by making new changes from trying new foods to creating new workouts at the gym.
Teens Programme Wellbeing Coordinator (Hertfordshire) & Dog Whisperer
O Levels – yes I am that old!
Be Real – I do not like falseness in any form and especially in people and I therefore strive to be genuine with whomever I meet.
Team Administrator (Birmingham) & Nifty Netballer
I wanted to be everything, and I am *turns head to wink at imaginary camera*. I had dreams of being some sort of scientist, then a performer and then a relationship counsellor. Finally, in Year 9 as I was choosing my options, I found a way to smush all of those dreams into one and, decided I was going to be a dance movement psychotherapist.
I studied BA(Hons) Dance at Kingston University and will be starting my MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Derby University in September 2022. I also spent 2 years in China, learning and butchering the language.
I am a Wellbeing Coordinator, supporting the nutritionists with programme delivery for the BeeZee Families in Birmingham.
‘Real’. When you are your true self, it gives space for all the other core values to shine authentically through you. Like a wonderful human prism.
Wellbeing Coordinator (Birmingham) & Investigator of All
I never really knew, I just knew I wanted to help people in some way. I had a short lived dream of wanting to be a fashion designer.
Health, Nutrition and Exercise with Foundation year at the University of Bedfordshire.
I am one of the Nutritionist working in Brighton and Hove, supporting the BeeZee Family Programmes.
“Be Real” – For me being real is about being honest, open and compassionate! These are values I live by and that I hope others do to, in my opinion it is how we can strive to be our best selves. When working towards a healthy lifestyle, being open and honest towards your nutritionist and being compassionate towards yourself will help you achieve your goals.
Nutritionist (Brighton) & Neurodivergent Ninja
I’ve always been really into video games, so my dream job whilst I was young would’ve been becoming a professional gamer. Didn’t happen but I’m still a very avid gamer to this day.
Studied animal care, when I became older my dream job changed to becoming a vet. I soon realised after starting the course that I was unfortunately allergic to all animals with hair so I had to move onto something new.
I’m currently an Administrator for BeeZee Bodies.
Be Real. I feel the best thing you can do is be yourself. Let people see and get to know the real you.
Administrator & Self-Professed Master Gamer
I wanted to be paleontologist growing up (as I was obsessed with dinosaurs!) until I discovered my love of food and wanted to be a chef.
I studied Nutrition at the University of Hertfordshire but have also worked in catering as a chef and in mental health with teenagers.
I am one of the Nutritionist working in Hertfordshire helping families and children to become happier and healthier!
The value I feel best describes me is ‘Be Real’. I think it’s so important to be true to yourself and being real for me means being open minded, friendly and honest. You can’t expect others to be true to themselves if you are not and change only happens when you are honest about the barriers you may be facing.
Nutritionist (Hertfordshire) & Pokémon Professor
BSc Human Nutrition and currently doing a MSc in Obesity and Clinical Nutrition
Nutritionist in Hounslow
I would say Courageous because I like a good ol’ challenge
Nutritionist (Hounslow) & Bonkers Baker
I wanted to be a magician – Paul Daniels was my hero! or I wanted to be a cosmologist and work for NASA. I have always been fascinated by space and yes, I am a Star Trek fan.
I studied Psychology as an undergraduate and went on to study an MSc in Health Psychology. I then later qualified as a Nutritional Therapist
My role is to manage a small team of engagement and insight officers who work with local communities to find out their views on health & wellbeing so we can work together to improve weight management services and empower them to be healthier and happier.
“Be Real” because I think that you should never dim you light and embrace who you are. Being our authentic selves allows us to be perfectly imperfect and the courage to be vulnerable.
I always wanted to be a Mounted Police Woman or join the army – but I realised I cry if anyone shouts at me!
I’ve studied all sorts over the years – different vocational qualifications mainly. My interests are animals, music, fine wine, and the human psyche!
Referral Coordinator – I am part of a team who facilitate the enrolment process onto the BeeZee programmes.
Courageous – one of my life mottos that I have always tried to live by is ‘feel the fear and do it anyway’. Sometimes I feel like I have lived a thousand lives – and I don’t regret a single one of them!
Referral Coordinator & Wrangler of Children and Dogs
NCMP Co-ordinator (Birmingham) and Chief Tea Drinker
A musician – ambitious really as I don’t play any instruments and I’m not a good singer!
Media & Communications
Assisting, presenting, filming, coordinating, a little bit of everything to try to fill in any gaps that I can.
Be Innovative. I like to think that I am good at coming up with novel solutions for things that crop up. I love the team here as they are all innovative & creative and genuinely pull together to do their best for the clients and each other.
Wellbeing Co-Ordinator (Birmingham)
Nutritionist (Gutless) & Pomegranate Enthusiast