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 wanted to be an animator! I loved (and still love) drawing and thought of being able to make characters that move would be super cool.
I studied Biology at undergrad, then spent a couple of years working in Marketing. I soon realised my true passion was Nutrition and so went on to a Masters in Human Nutrition at the University of Surrey.
I’m a Nutritionist! I help share info about healthy living in the BeeZee Families programme.
The people. Everyone is so kind and helpful. We have lots of fun but also work really hard at something that means a lot to all of us
The one that I resonate with and aspire to the most is ‘Be real’. In a culture where everyone is striving to appear perfect I think it is actually more helpful and important to be real about strengths, weaknesses and struggles. As a practitioner, this is the way I find it best to improve. Being real also helps build true relationships with the people I work with. Changing lifestyles is complicated and asks a lot of people. The more we can encourage them to be real too, the more we are able to help that change become life long.
A dancer! I trained in modern/jazz until I was 16, then took up Zumba at uni. Now I’m an instructor, so I guess it kinda came true!
English Language & Media at the University of Brighton. I got a degree for analysing the language used in popular magazines and Disney films!
Marketing, communications and brand development – basically I coordinate our blog posts, social media, emails, look after the website and the BeeZee brand!
I love that my job inspires people to join our groups and create healthier and happier lives for themselves. Also all the random dogs that are always turning up to work!
A fireman!! ( I secretly still do, a little)
I went straight to work after school but I have always been interested in History and Religion.
Talk non-stop to my colleagues. I am exploring new opportunities for BeeZee Bodies so it is important that i understand how all the teams work.
I think “Be real” describes me best as you get what you see with me.
Commercial Business Lead & Living proof that wisdom doesn’t come with age
A Pop Star – I’m a child of the 80s, with icons like Madonna and Kylie all around, it was an obvious career choice!
I studied Economics at the University of Leicester before doing my Chartered Accountancy training.
Financial Controller – faffing with spreadsheets and nagging people for receipts.
Hearing about how we make a real difference to peoples lives, as a new mum myself who needs to shift some baby weight, I’ve been able to learn a thing or two from our programme content for myself.
On a round the world adventure (in first class, of course!), I love to travel and see the world and there are so many places I haven’t been to……yet!
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
A P.E teacher.
I studied Nutrition at the University of Surrey and then 10 years later completed a Masters in teaching and learning.
Take the lead on ensuring the quality of the nutritional content of the programme, mentor staff and take part in evaluating the programme especially from a qualitative perspective i.e. what people really thought.
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 think it would be “Courageous”as I always try to take myself out of my comfort zone and try new things for example, I am currently training to be a pilates instructor!
Hmmm Let me think…
(Brighton) Service Manager & Organ Donor
I either wanted to be a gymnast (this dream was quickly shattered when my legs kept growing) or an actress. I was quite the imaginative child and loved fantasy worlds where I could imagine myself as a mermaid, one of the elves of Rivendell or Kiera Knightly in pirates of the Caribbean.
I studied Sports Performance at the University of Bath. I am also incredibly passionate about conflict transformation, self development, re-wilding, permaculture and lessening my impact on the planet.
I am the Service Manager in Gloucester currently working on building local partnerships for the new services we will be delivering here.
My favourite BZB value is Be Real – I love being able to work somewhere I get to bring my whole self to the dance floor. It brings me great joy knowing and seeing the genuine in myself and others. From here I believe we can find sustainable ways to thrive.
(Gloucestershire) Service Manager and 'finder of things'
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.
(Hertfordshire) Coordinator & Sporty Spice
When I grew up I wanted to be a professional rugby league player
I studied Sport, Health, Exercise and Nutrition BSc at Leeds Trinity University and I am studying Public Health MSc at University of Bedfordshire
I am a Nutritionist on the Gutless programmes.
I really enjoy the team environment and being able to help others reach their goals.
Take the team to see a proper game of Rugby… Rugby League! Specifically, a St Helens V Wigan derby match.
When I was younger I wanted to be a Blue Peter presenter because it always looked like they had so much fun! I am also the proud owner of a Blue Peter badge.
I studied BSc Nutrition, Health and Lifestyles at Sheffield Hallam University
I am a nutritionist at BeeZee Bodies and work with families across Hertfordshire to help them lead healthier lifestyles.
I love working here because everyone is so super friendly and you are allowed to be (almost) as crazy as you like!
I would take Ruth for a ride on the beach as we both love horses!
A primary school teacher!
I did my BSc in Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Alberta (in Canada, wooo!). And I my MSc in Public Health Nutrition at the University of Southampton.
<I’m a nutritionist on the BeeZee Families programme in Hertfordshire!
Every day really is an adventure! I don’t always know how the day will go, but I can always count on it being lots of fun! The people I’m lucky enough to interact with every day are really amazing!
I’d take the whole team to Canada in the middle of the winter to go skiing and to show them what cold weather (-20 degrees!) actually feels like!
(Hertfordshire) Nutritionist & Proud Hufflepuff
I wanted to be an NHL Ice Hockey player (and play for the Mighty Ducks)
BSc Nutrition, Diet & Lifestyles – Sheffield Hallam University
I am a Nutritionist at BeeZee Bodies and work with families across Hertfordshire to help them lead healthier lifestyles.
I would have to say “Be Passionate” as I’m pretty passionate about what I do. I used to be overweight as a child and teenager, so I want to use my knowledge and personal experiences to help those that are in the same position I was in. I’m super happy to be in a role where I can inspire, and support people to live a healthy, active, balanced lifestyle (by balanced I mean everyone loves a bit of pizza occasionally, including myself).
I wanted to be an actress. I wrote my ‘Careers Project on Leonardo DiCaprio: I thoroughly enjoyed writing the words and sticking the magazine cut-out pictures in.
I did a degree in International Development, and then one in Dietetics/Public Health Nutrition. I combined the two and worked abroad for a while, then returned to the UK to work on the food and nutrition scene in Brighton.
I am a Nutritionist – I deliver Tier 2 Adult Weight Management groups across the city, the next round of which includes a lot of dogs….
I’d say “Be Passionate” – I’m passionate about food and our food environment, and how they can both benefit and hinder our health and wellbeing.
(Brighton) Nutritionist & Free-thinking Folkie
A Nurse – I always loved taking care of people but soon realised that there were a lot of things about the job I couldn’t handle (blood and needles eek)
I completed my undergrad in Dietetics at the University of Arizona and then went onto get my MSc in Public Health Nutrition from the University of Chester.
Nutritionist– I take referrals and get people booked onto our programmes and also deliver some of the programmes.
“Be passionate” – I am extremely passionate about helping people to build a connection with their food and environment through fun & community!
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 wanted to be a professional tennis player (and still do).
I studied Human Physiology as an undergraduate at University College Cork and studied Human Nutrition as a postgraduate at University of Surrey. Along with studying the body and nutrition, I am also interested in cooking, football and tennis.
I am a Nutritionist working on the BeeZee Family programmes within the Brighton area.
Be passionate – I am passionate about nutrition, health and fitness and want to share this passion and knowledge with the families I meet!
When I was younger I always wanted to be a fashion designer, but I soon realised that this involved a lot of drawing, which isn’t my best talent. But I still keep my dream alive by making knit and crochet pieces in my spare time.
I studied Biomedical science for my undergraduate at the University of Brighton, but then realised my passion for Nutrition, so after working for a year in student recruitment, I studied for a Masters in Nutrition at King’s College London.
I’m a nutritionist in Brighton working on adult programmes.
I love the people that I work with, everyone is so supportive and kind, and it’s so great working for a company that puts their employees at the heart of everything they do. We also have dogs in the office quite frequently which is pretty fab too.
I would say “Empowering”. I love being able to help others and share knowledge which then empowers individuals to take control and make healthy lifestyle choices.
Nutritionist (Brighton)and Self-proclaimed master chef
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.
(Brighton) Referral Co-ordinator & Gardening Goddess
From a very young age I always had my heart set on being a Dentist or……owning my own Haberdashery (I love to Knit!)
When I left Sixth form I initially started studying a Masters in Pharmacy at UCLAN for 2 years but through a personal journey of my own I realised my true passion and interest sat with Nutrition and its importance for optimum health. After a 2 year break from University I returned to Study my BSc in Human Nutrition at the University of Worcester.
I am a Nutritionist working with families across Gloucestershire.
I would most definitely have to say “Passionate”– I am incredibly passionate about individuals having access to knowledge to support optimum nutrition and health, ultimately ensuring positive relationships with food and wellbeing are established for life!
Really really tall…………
How to create and play really fun games! (Studied Sports and leisure along side sports management & Coaching!)
I am a coordinator for the BeeZee Families programmes where I specialise in the over seeing of games and sports on programmes to ensure they are super fun and active.
The thought of being able to help with making real positive change in people lives is the most rewarding and enjoyable part of working at BeeZee Bodies! Plus we play so many games and have so many laughs!
I would take Helen to an Arsenal match so she can witness the best team in London play football 😉
(Gloucestershire) Coordinator & Top DJ