Olympic badminton player Donna Kellogg won 88 caps for England and was one of the countries most successful badminton players before retiring last year.
The doubles specialist, 32, had a medal-packed career spanning 12 years, participating in three Olympic Games and winning a host of Commonwealth Games medals - including Gold in the ladies doubles, a team Gold and mixed doubles Bronze all in 1998. She was also the European ladies doubles winner in 2000 and 2006, and mixed doubles winner in 2008.
Donna retired in December 2009, and believes her success was down to grabbing all the opportunities which presented themselves to her with both hands, while working and practicing hard and never giving up when the going got tough.
"I'm delighted to have joined forces with Premier Sport to hopefully inspire in kids the message that hard work and dedication can pay off.
I also want to show children that sport is fun, no matter what your ability, and can enhance life in so many ways.
I've enjoyed working with the people and children I have met already, and passing on my experiences to hopefully encourage and inspire others into a life involved in sport."