Yasmin joins the organisation from a diverse background in project and events co-ordination, where she developed her organic ability to create relationships and passion for process driven administration.

Having spent 5 years in the Royal Air Force serving as a Medic. Yas toured the UK and overseas, It was here she saw the devastating impact of war on human lives. Yasmin believes as a Medic she was able to help those most impacted by conflict. Here at The Bike Project she is able to continue in her wholehearted commitment to be of service to impactful change. The role as Operations Coordinator at The Bike Project was made her!

Yasmin loves travelling – she spent 6 months in South East Asia where she lived on a shoestring, avoided the beaten track and ate her body weight in $1 noodles (which she still does!). When she is not playing air guitar to disco classics or re-watching episodes of RuPauls Drag Race (Yaaaas Queen!) you can find her in the Pub with her dog Rudy Rudes.

Yasmin’s’ Bike Fact: Her first adult bike was given to her by her best friend. The main purpose of this bike was to get her to and from work

Written on: 12 Oct 2014 | Author: Muna Hussen


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