Steve Morley is an Inclusion sports coach, author and public speaker. He has over 25 Years of experience gained working with people from disadvantaged minority groups, Mental Health Service users, refugee and homeless communities and people with both physical and learning disabilities. During the nine years that Steve worked with Cambridge City Council he co-ordinated the council’s “Invigorate” program, using sport and physical activities to engage with Mental Health Service users. He is also an ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trained) Caregiver. In addition to his many coaching roles, Steve is a Trustee with the charity Steel Bones, an organisation that supports people through the physical and mental challenges of limb loss. When not coaching or delivering workshops, Steve lectures in Equality and Diversity and is a member of the Cambridgeshire County Football Association (IAG) Inclusion Advisory Group.