Female Inspirational Speakers

It is no secret that senior leadership positions are dominated by men, and though the number of female leaders is growing, it is not growing fast enough. Despite this, companies with female executives are reportedly 30% more likely to outperform their competitors. This statistic proves the profitability of gender diversity in leadership positions.

Female speakers use their stories to empower female audiences, inspiring more women to strive for leadership positions. For businesses, these speakers discuss the gender inequalities they experienced, to teach audiences the impact of discrimination and prejudice. Our agency features the very best female leaders to inspire your audience.

Claire Lomas

The First Person to Walk the London Marathon in the ReWalk Robotic Suit

Debra Searle

Completed a 3000+m Row Across The Atlantic, Founder of Shoal Projects & MIX Diversity

Emma-Jane Taylor

Founder of The Works Company & Child Sexual Abuse Campaigner

Inga Beale

First Female CEO of Lloyd’s of London, President of The British Swiss Chamber of Commerce, & Member of the NN Group Supervisory Board

June Sarpong

Former Loose Women Panellist and Non-executive Board Member of the British Fashion Council

Karren Brady

Former Managing Director of Birmingham City, the Youngest Ever Managing Director of a UK Plc, & Named on The Sunday Times ’11 Most Inspirational Women in Britain’

Katie Piper

Acid Attack Survivor & Founder of The Katie Piper Foundation

Kim Blue

CEO of K Blue Consulting & Former Member of the Forbes Human Resources Council

Makaziwe Mandela

Nelson Mandela's daughter, Chairman of the House of Mandela & Social Justice Advocate

Mandy Hickson

Former RAF Fast-Jet Pilot & Second female to fly a Tornado GR4

Martine Wright

Survivor of the 7/7 London Bombings & Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Captain

Michelle King

Founder and Managing Director of the Culture Practice, Advisory Board Member, Girl Up, United Nations Foundation & Organisational Culture expert

A key awareness event in the corporate calendar is International Women’s Day, which takes place on the 8th of March annually. International Women’s Day, often shortened to IWD, recognises the many achievements of female leaders across the world, as well as the discrimination that women often face in the workplace. Female inspirational leaders are regularly booked for IWD events to relate to and empower female audiences.