With over a decade of experience working in education and leading initiatives at the intersection of sport and social change Michelle is a sought after speaker, advisor, roundtable expert, consultant, mentor, coach and facilitator. She is a powerful advocate for education and is an expert in sport for social change, diversity and inclusion and education.
Michelle works with national and international sports bodies, government and advocacy organisations to achieve sustainable social impact through sports and educational programmes. Michelle has held a range of posts with academic, vocational and community development responsibilities, has worked in premier league football, in primary and secondary education, a former assistant headteacher and has years of experience as a senior education advisor in local government.
Michelle is featured in The Independent ‘50 Most Influential Women in Sport 2015’, won an esteemed Changemaker award in 2015, is the winner of the 2016 UK Precious Award for ‘Outstanding Woman in Sport’ and won a prestigious Football Black List 2017 award. Her global and diverse client base includes The London Mayor’s Office, The Commonwealth Games Federation, The NBA, UNICEF UK, The University of Cambridge, The BBC, The Black Cultural Archives, The University of Texas and Premier League Football.
Michelle is a specialist in local authority management of PE and school sport. Michelle played a key role in the London 2012 Olympic Games: developing strategy and creating engagement opportunities for thousands of young people and staff in London schools. Michelle is a passionate advocate for young people, mentoring and supporting them to reach their full potential.
She has spoken on and chaired high profile sports panels, appeared on TV and has been interviewed on radio. Her motivational talks in schools focus on resilience, identity, examination preparation and applying a sporting mindset for tools for success in life. Michelle is a highly engaging and dynamic speaker who has the gift of being able to connect with young people.
Drawing on her experience of creating pioneering sport for development programmes Michelle has helped to strategically support and enhance sport for social change projects that drive student athlete well being, leadership skills and promote gender equality. Michelle is currently a trustee for the Runnymede Trust and is the Inclusion advisor to the Women’s Sport Trust board working on the advancement of women’s sport. She is a trustee for the high profile SportsAid charity and an honorary associate lecturer for the University of Worcester.
"All students, parents and staff who attended the Awards evening found Michelle engaging, relatable and truly inspirational. She delivered an exceptional motivational speech, which left everyone in the hall feeling they could do anything with hard work and sheer determination. Michelle exceeded our expectations and I would urge anyone who requires a speaker who can show that failures and circumstance can be turned into a positive, to book Michelle; she is down to earth with a sense of humor which alongside her story helped make her visit even more memorable."– Alex Brook, Administrative Systems Coordinator, Chislehurst School for Girls
"Our Year 10 pupils were lucky enough to spend an hour in the company of Michelle Moore. She delivered a motivational talk that not only fired up their aspirations, but also left them feeling inspired about how education could help them achieve their ambitions. The pupils without exception, were able to relate to her story, they were intrigued about her journey and had many questions to pose during the Q&A. I would highly recommend Michelle to speak at any school. Our Year 10's want to know when she is coming back!"– Emma Thurston, Deputy Headteacher, St Matthew's Academy
"It's both my pleasure and honour to acknowledge Michelle Moore presenting her 'Playing To Win' assembly to our Year 10 students during International Women's Week. Michelle's candid style and humour won over the packed assembly hall of 250 students and staff the moment she began speaking. And to no surprise, she received the highest ratings of all our speakers during the week. So much so in fact, that bringing her back next year is a 'no-brainer'. So if you have a chance to bring her into your school, do it before someone else books her"– Rosemary Okocha, Curriculum Leader of Physical Education, Plumstead Manor School
"Michelle's fresh approach spoke to all of us, everybody there came away with a new way of seeing the world and a new confidence about communicating with one another. I liked how she showed us so many ways to stand in another person's shoes. It was great to see the lecture room packed fizzing with Michelle Moore's inspirational energy."– University Governor, The University of Worcester
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