Hello, my name is Marlon Commock the Managing Director of Pulse Social.
Marlon founded Pulse Social in 2018, with the social purpose of increasing inclusion, confidence in sports for all ages throughout London.
Over 15 years international sports coaching experience across the United Kingdom, United Arabs Emirates, Switzerland and the United States.
Sporting Coaching & Referee Qualifications:
Hello, my name is Jenny Tomei the Director of Global Operations at Pulse Social.
Jenny is a Qualified Personal Trainer, Nutritional Therapist, & holds the NCFED Diploma in Eating Disorders. She suffered from a eating disorder herself, and her passion now is too guide and help others who are currently struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, and to help spread awareness about the importance of early intervention of eating disorders.
She uses practical interventions, & nutritional rehabilitation guidance to support change & recovery from eating distress. Her work includes mentoring & helping people with emotional & disordered eating issues, binge eating disorders, poor body image, low self worth, weight control problems, & IBS. Jenny empowers her clients to overcome disruptive eating habits, improve their relationship with food, optimise digestion, & lead a healthy & happy life.
Jenny is also a qualified Pre and Post Natal Trainer, Running Coach and helps clients who struggle with weight management. Her training mainly focuses around bodyweight training, resistance training and HIIT routines, which all help to maximise and improve metabolism.
Hello, my name is Seth Amoafo the Director of Community Sport at Pulse Social.
Seth was born in Ghana and moved to the UK as an 11-year-old. He is LLB law qualified, a teacher with over 10 years’ experience, an UEFA B coach and completed a Masters in Sports Directorship in 2021.
Seth is also the founder of PASS Abu Dhabi, a community minded organisation based in the UAE that uses football to develop values in young children aged 2+ to help them grow to be better versions of themselves.
Since its inception in 2015, PASS Abu Dhabi has been responsible for engaging over 2,000 young players a week through their coaching programs, Abu Dhabi Youth League and work with Special Olympics UAE.