Trevor Ringland MBE is a solicitor and former rugby international, who represented Ulster, Ireland and the British and Irish Lions. Trevor is a strong advocate of a shared future and is well known for his cross community work. He chairs the One Small Step Campaign and is active in Cooperation Ireland and Peace Players International, an organisation which uses sport to unite and educate young people. He is also a winner of the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage in Sport.
Trevor is from Larne and currently lives in Belfast, with his wife and three children. He is NI Conservatives' spokesman for social development and culture, sports and leisure.