Stef is an inspirational speaker with a portfolio that includes key notes speeches, guest lecturing, health and wellness education, and the occasional Sunday sermon!  She is experienced presenting in a variety of different contexts, from the big stage at Wembley Arena to intimate boardroom sessions.  Every presentation Stef delivers is uniquely crafted for the event, and she works hard to understand the needs of the audience.



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past topics

  • The Aristotle Effect - the Pursuit of Excellence

  • Able-ism in the Fashion Industry

  • Does Jesus like Winning?

  • Motivation

  • Resilience

  • Health for Performance

past clients

  • BP

  • VISA

  • Sigma Aldrich

  • CIL Management Consultants

  • London College of Fashion

  • John Paul II Foundation for Sport

Stef has worked with BP on numerous occasions, bringing a magic and passion to our internal and external audiences alike. Most recently she delivered a powerful keynote speech at the Future Leaders event, which brought together many of BP’s highest potential individuals from around the world. Stef possesses an extraordinary ability to engage every person in the room, sharing her perspectives in a way that is at once engaging, energizing and thought-provoking. Stef has a natural speaking talent and an ability to make us all think again about what is possible in life.
— Joseph Merlini, UK Sports Partnership Director, BP
I had the honour of watching Stef in the Olympic stadium in 2012 not knowing that a year later I’d be asking her to speak at the PSA MEGA Convention in Manchester. Her story had everyone on the edge of their seats, laughing out loud and in the next moment reaching for their tissues. Stef is a true champion who is not only an inspiration on the track but also on the stage. She brought the house down and I’d pay to watch time after time. A joy to work with and an honour to know her.
— Geoff Ramm, Celebrity Service & Marketing Speaker. FPSA & Past President Professional Speaking Association.
Listening to paralympian and model Stef Reid describing how she had successfully adapted to becoming disabled was inspirational. Stef eloquently articulated the problems of striving to conform to the narrow stereotype of ‘normal’ and encouraged the audience to challenge the current paradigm. She emphasised the need to celebrate difference rather than view it as a reason for exclusion.
— Dr Carolyn Mair CPsychol, CSci, FHEA, AFBPsS - London College of Fashion