"I just wanted to drop you a note to say a big thank you for speaking at our event last week, it was the perfect end to the day. I’ve received excellent feedback from delegates, who found your talk hugely inspiring, you accessible and very down to earth with many saying that you were the highlight of the day!"
“On International Women’s Day 2019, it was my sincere pleasure and a massive honour for me to interview Sally Gunnell. She was a brilliant interviewee, generous with her time and incredibly humble and eloquent. She spoke with an appreciation for the hard work and sacrifice which went into forging a professional career in which she became one of only five GB Athletes to win Golds at Olympic, World, European, and Commonwealth Games. It was amazing to hear her explain the technicalities of hurdling. Above all though, as an ambassador for her sport, a pioneer for females in sport and working closely with many charitable causes not least the Stroke Association, her exemplary character shone through. A star in every possible sense.”
"We wanted Sally’s talk to be motivational and it certainly was! Guests spoke afterwards about the hairs of the back of their neck standing on end, when she showed winning the gold at Barcelona. The event was a huge success and Sally was pivotal in that success."
"Just a short note to say how fabulous Sally was today. She was so professional and accommodating – a real pleasure to work with. Her after lunch speech was excellent; perfectly judged for the audience and you could literally hear a pin drop whilst she was talking. I’ve had lots of really positive comments from our guests saying how much they enjoyed it already. I’d also like to thank her for letting so many of our team have photos taken with her – and for letting them hold her medals – they really appreciated the time she gave to them. Sally’s talk perfectly accompanied the theme of our employee awards event and I’d have no hesitation in recommending her to anyone looking for a top notch presenter who is capable of really engaging with any audience."