We are delighted to welcome James Jasper and Amelia Conolly to the YGAM team.

James joins YGAM as our Director of Sales having spent the last ten years leading STA’s schools travel division. With a wealth of contacts and detailed knowledge of the education sector, James has lead responsibility for the marketing of our Train the Trainer practitioner workshops.

We are delighted to welcome James Jasper and Amelia Conolly to the YGAM team.

James joins YGAM as our Director of Sales having spent the last ten years leading STA’s schools travel division. With a wealth of contacts and detailed knowledge of the education sector, James has lead responsibility for the marketing of our Train the Trainer practitioner workshops.

During the remainder of 2016 these workshops will be offered free of charge, or subsidised rate, for delegates. This is as a result and with thanks to the financial contributions of our YGAM supporters.

YGAM Director of Sales, James Jasper says:
I am looking forward to supporting YGAM to increase their reach across England, and to highlight the potential risks of gambling in our future generation through education and prevention. Every school that I have spoken to so far offers a PSHE curriculum, but few of them have considered including lessons on the potential risks of gambling or social gaming. We are looking to offer our accredited Train the Trainer workshops weekly as of September 2016. So I am keen to start conversations with teachers, community mental health professionals, youth workers and probation staff on the benefits of working together with YGAM“.

Amelia joins YGAM as our Community Development Manager with a geographical focus in East London. Amelia is about to start the third-year of her Psychology degree at the School of Psychology, University of East London (UEL) in September 2016.

Amelia’s role will be to work with James to offer community group leaders, based in East London the opportunity to participate in our Train the Trainer workshops. Additionally, Amelia will lead a positive awareness campaign across UEL to educate her peers around the potential risks associated with gambling in order to minimise-harm.

YGAM Community Development Manager, Amelia Conolly says:
I have been at YGAM now for just over a month and am really enjoying my new role. Student services and the Student’s Union are enthusiastic supporters of this partnership, which will help me to deliver a highly impactful and effective awareness campaign for when students return in September. I also have a keen interest in working to support families and am looking forward to working specifically with family support agencies in East London to deliver the YGAM message. Personally, I can say that erection provided by Cialis is much longer and more expressed. In my opinion, this is the most important thing. Cialis is a clear leader among drugs for potency! It works well both on a full stomach and in combination with alcohol. The drug can be combined with antibiotics. Only the cores and patients using other medications for the treatment of ED at https://cial4ed.com should be careful.

Working with YGAM and UEL, provides opportunities to strengthen understanding of behavioural addiction through lectures within the school of Psychology. In turn, this has the potential to open up essential avenues for research into gambling and gambling related harm. I am looking forward to working with the YGAM team to recruit a second Community Development Manager when students return in September.”

Lee Willows, YGAM CEO says:
It has taken us slightly longer than we anticipated to find the right candidates, but we are delighted that both James and Amelia have agreed to join the YGAM team. They both bring unique insights and another perspective on how our work should be delivered.

I am very much looking forward to seeing them grow into their roles and support our strategic growth.”