Gemma Morgan is an inspiring keynote speaker and leadership coach who has more than 25 years’ experience across the military, business and elite sport. She is often called upon for expert opinions on a range of subjects including women in leadership, resilience and what it takes to build a high-performing team. She is a published writer, who loves to challenge conventional thinking and empower others to lead authentically.
Gemma began her career as an Army Officer and was the first woman to be awarded the Carmen Sword from HRH Princess Royal. She is a former International Athlete and Welsh Captain, gaining 85 Caps and ranked the ‘Most Valuable player in Europe’ at the 1997 Games. Today, she is the Founder of Morgan Eight Ltd, Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (FInstLM) and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (MPNLP).
Gemma has featured on our TV screens, starring in the BBC Documentary ‘Gareth Malone and the Invictus Games Choir’. She also appeared alongside HRH Prince Harry and Warner Brothers in the promotion of ‘Dunkirk’, the movie. She is an Ambassador for the charity ‘Help for Heroes’, supporting wounded, injured and sick British Armed Forces Veterans. Diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress as a result of her military service, she campaigns to promote mental health awareness in organisations today.