The UK's Leading Female Motivational Speakers Bureau

Gender inequality has been a societal issue for centuries. Though progress has been made, notably the 1918 Women’s Suffrage, discrimination remains commonplace – particularly in the workplace. Female empowerment speakers are regularly booked to discuss representation, equal pay, women’s health and more, each powerful topics for corporate events.

With glass ceilings yet to shatter, female motivational speakers have dedicated their lives to tackling sexist bias and prejudice. These speakers are essential additions to corporate events, where they share vital strategies for gender diversity and inclusion.

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Featured Female Motivational Speakers

Inga Beale

First Female CEO of Lloyds of London, Former Board Director of the Chartered Insurance Institute & Inclusion Role Model

Helen Sharman

The First British Astronaut in Space, First European Woman in Space & First Woman Aboard the Mir Space Station

Paris Lees

First Transgender Columnist for British Vogue Named as the Most Influential Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender Figure in the UK

Jessica Ennis-Hill

2012 Olympic Champion, 2010 European Champion & Three Time World Champion in the Heptathlon

Karren Brady

Former Managing Director of Birmingham City FC, Vice Chair of West Ham United & Aide to Lord Alan Sugar on The Apprentice

How do I hire a female motivational speaker?

With The Female Motivational Speakers Agency, booking an inspiring female speaker is quick, simple and stress-free. Our team of expert booking agents will supply the perfect speaker for your unique event, tailored to your needs. Following our initial consultation, you will receive a list of speakers to choose from, each hand-selected with your budget, target audience and event theme in mind.

How much does a female empowerment speaker cost to book?

As with all speakers, female empowerment presenters vary in cost depending on several factors, like the length of speech required and style of event. It can be time-consuming to liaise with potential speakers, so cut through the noise and go directly to a speaker’s agency, like The Female Motivational Speakers Agency, to book an inspiring female figure.

Who are the best speakers for 2021?

In 2021, gender equality is long overdue. Take action this year with a female empowerment speaker, an essential addition to all diversity and inclusion themed events. These speakers have dedicated their lives to shattering glass ceilings and inspiring other women to do the same in their own professions. Instil confidence in your female workforce with one of our powerful speakers.

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£ 48 Billion
Annual Boost to UK Economy from Increase of Women in Work
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Number of Women Who Work for a Company That Pays Them Less Than Men
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First Time that a Third of House of Commons is Female
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Percentage of FTSE 100 Directors Who Are Female

UK Gender Statistics

In the world of gender equality and empowerment, the statistics speak for themselves. There are several layers to such issues, with LGBTQ+ and women of colour facing severe discrimination in the workplace. Despite significant progress, women from all walks of life continue to face inequalities and discrimination, as indicated by the following findings.

Key 2021 Dates For Your Calendar

International Day of Women in Science - 11th March

International Women's Day - 8th March

Women's History Month - 1st March to 31st March

In response to the discrimination many women in STEM face, the International Day of Women in Science raises valuable awareness of industry inequalities. It is vital for workplaces within the STEM industry and beyond to recognise the International Day of Women in Science, and the ground-breaking achievements of female STEM professionals.  

Each year, International Women’s Day highlights the ongoing discrimination that limits female potential. From business to sport, the event encourages men, women and non-binary people across the globe to challenge gender inequalities around them. Female speakers are booked to recognise this important event, through their powerful stories of shattering glass ceilings.  

From 1918, when women won the right to vote, to 1970, with the Equal Pay Act, several historic moments contributed to gender equality today. Each year, Women’s History Month recognises such events and celebrates the achievements of female revolutionaries. It is important for businesses to honour women’s history, with the guidance of a female empowerment speaker. 

EveryWoman Day - 3rd September

National Women's Equality Day - 26th August

National Girls & Women In Sports Day - 3rd February

Women’s health and wellbeing is widely underfunded, leading to misdiagnosis and untreated conditions. Female speakers in science and healthcare are regularly booked to talk on this issue and recognise the importance of EveryWoman Day as an event. With fatigue and stress plaguing female professionals, these speakers highlight the value of self-care. 

Women’s Equality Day is an American celebration that commemorates the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The event is now recognised on a global scale, as a celebration of equality and political freedomCorporate and public events alike recognise Women’s Equality Dayto honour the achievements of women throughout history. 

In sport, female athletes are often undervalued and underfunded. Compared to their male counterparts, they receive less media coverage and therefore financial investment, reflecting the importance of National Girls & Women in Sports Day. The event recognises the determination of female athletes, an attitude that can be translated for a working environment at corporate events.