Guy was Chief Executive of Bristol City Football Club. As well as the day-to-day running of a football club and its commercial interests, Guy was involved at board level in a range of different projects and sports, from Bristol’s bids to host rugby and football world cups, to stadium development and winning new sports franchises for the city.
He is passionate about unlocking the potential that sport and participation has to transform the lives and opportunities of people and communities. He remains the founder chairman of the Bristol City Community Trust, which is using the power of football to improve lives through learning across the city.
Guy spent ten years overseeing strategy development, business planning and performance management at the South West of England Regional Development Agency, hence his interest in creating the structures, systems and processes that really make organisations work. During this time, he was fortunate to be part of the team that won the right to bring the 2012 Olympic Games to London.