Meet the NASH Committee

The Committee

The NSASH Committee roles are all voluntary positions. The committee volunteers their time to ensure that the organisation runs smoothly and provides opportunities.

Simon Henry

Simon has just recently taken responsibility as the chairman of the National Sports Association of St Helena. Simon has represented St Helena over the years Simon owns his owns and manages his own business Atlantic Outpost specialising in IT services, shirt printing, and engraving. Simon has competed in shooting for St Helena at 9 NatWest Island games, and 4 Commonwealth Games. Winning 6 medals in the NatWest Island Games. 3 golds, 2 silver and 1 bronze. 

Michielle Thomas Yon

Michielle is the Secretary of the NSASH and has been part of the Association since September 2019.  She attended the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022 as the Chef De Mission and will attend the Guernsey Island Games as the Athletics Official. Michielle runs her own Accounting and Business Support business here on island where she supports local businesses with their accounting and any business support required.

Christine Caswell
Anne Dillon

I believe that sport is a gateway to a healthy lifestyle and is a means by which individuals can develop skills that can be applied in both their personal and professional lives. My motivation for being a member of NSASH is therefore two-fold i.e. to have a voluntary role in a team that develops and encourages sport on St Helena and to progress it to participation in the international arena. For over 14 years my late husband and I voluntarily trained and prepared swimmers for various local and international competitions which culminated in swimmers participating in Commonwealth Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and Island Games

Theo Meij

Sport is a catalyst for an active lifestyle and healthier living, values that as the Judo Coach on St Helena I hope to pass on to the youth.

I have competed in Judo on all levels and was a Coach.

I was a Team Selector & Manager for teams going to annual National Judo Competitions in South Africa and Commonwealth Judo Tournaments Internationally over a period of 40 years.  It is a privilege to be selected as a member of the NSASH team.