Bobby Johnson

Bobby Johnson

Project Officer

After leaving university in 2015 with a degree in Sports and Exercise Science Bobby immediately started working for Flying Futures. Here he was responsible for the delivery and later management of a range of youth engagement programmes across Doncaster, including; 5 Star Active, StreetGames Doorstep Sport Clubs, the Dame Kelly Holmes ‘Get on Track’ programme and the British Councils Active Citizens programme.

Bobby joined EXPECT Youth in April 2018 and was responsible for coordinating EXPECT Summer 2018, where we were able to engage over 3400 young people in essential life skill building activities, providing over 6000 healthy meals.

He also coordinated a coaching and mentoring pilot project at Bentley New Village Primary School. In partnership with Active Fusion and DARTs they were able to provide an engaging 12 week programme geared around developing essential life skills in children and young people.

Bobby is passionate about providing young people with the opportunity to develop themselves, so that they are better equipped to face challenges in the future. A recent achievement is supporting 9 young people through the Ride London46 – a gruelling 46 mile bike ride which required months of hard work, determination and weekly training sessions in order to complete the event. Bobby is a keen sportsman and currently plays football for Alfreton Town F.C.

Clare Galliers

Clare Galliers

Partnership Officer

Clare is the Partnership Officer for EXPECT Youth.  Clare brings a wealth of charity experience from her previous work as manager of an adult education centre.

In 2017 Clare graduated with an HNC and HND in Business Management, after returning to education as a mature student.

Clare’s role within EXPECT Youth is to support the sustainability of partner and member organisations with the recruitment of volunteers for a range of roles throughout the borough, sourcing and organising a range of training opportunities and supporting organisations with their policies and procedure compliance, search for and writing funding bids and offering general information advice and guidance.  

Clare’s previous role meant that she has been involved with local schools, community groups and organisations. She has previously had many successful funding applications for a range of projects and has supported many people back to work by offering a range of skills.

Clare loves education and the opportunity to better herself and encourages others to do the same. She also has qualifications in accounts, teaching, community management and IT.

Clare’s passionate about community cohesion, working together to offer children the best opportunities to better themselves and to learn something new. Her moto is “you need to try it all to find what really makes you shine”