Neale Coleman is the advisor on Olympic and Paralympic legacy for London Mayor Boris Johnson. Neale has led work on the Olympic and Paralympic Games at the Greater London Authority (GLA) since 2000.
He was a board member of the bid company, London 2012; co-chaired the Olympic Delivery Group, which had responsibility for leading preparations for the Games prior to the creation of the ODA, has been a Board Member of the ODA since its creation and led the 2012 team in the GLA, which had responsibility for legacy and Games delivery, and for the 2012 City Operations programme.
He is currently Deputy Chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation.
Members of the Board are responsible for exercising effective strategic leadership of the Authority.