Role: Head Coach and Founder of Glenrothes Strollers Girls
Fiona was born in Kirkcaldy and has lived in Glenrothes, and latterly Leslie, for most of her life. She attended Glenrothes High School and has studied at Glenrothes College and The University of Dundee, where she graduated with a degree in Psychiatric Nursing. She now works as a Senior Psychiatric Charge Nurse in Dundee.
Fiona has always had a passion for sport and was selected to play netball for Scotland whilst at high school. This sporting passion motivated her to found the Glenrothes Strollers Girls in 2010 with very little resources or funding. The girls section of Glenrothes Strollers has gone from strength to strength in it’s relatively short history and is now a highly respected organisation within women’s football for it’s commitment in helping children to strive to be the best they can be within a fun learning environment.
Fiona is a certified S.F.A. level 1.3 football coach and won the 2013 Fife Coach of the Year, presented by Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council. Her commitment to improving grassroots football also contributed to Glenrothes Strollers winning the 2012 Best Grassroots Community Club in Scotland.
In the little spare time Fiona has she can be found spending time with her large family, working out at the gym, running, cycling, or trying to restore a classic car.