Amy Williams MBE became the first GB female individual gold medallist in 58 years when she won gold at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. She became only the ninth British person in history to win a gold medal at the Winter Olympic Games.
Amy’s profile has soared since she won Olympic gold in Vancouver as a result of her work as a presenter with the BBC on Ski Sunday and the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Her commentary during the Sochi Olympics when her own Olympic title was won by ex-fellow Team GB member Elizabeth Yarnold was a remarkable credit to her character.
Amy has since appeared in and presented on shows including Top Gear, The Jump, The Gadget Show and The Jonathan Ross Show and was the Glamour magazine Sportswoman of the Year, and presents awards at events including the Press Awards and the BAFTAs.
Amy presents a unique and hugely inspiring story detailing her rise from relative obscurity to Winter Olympic champion. She is also an ideal choice for corporate hospitality having performed this role with many of the Olympic Games sponsors at London 2012. Amy was the ‘Official Team GB 2014 Ambassador’ for the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
William’s motivates and inspires young athletes through speaking engagements and question & answer sessions. She has given motivational speeches for UK banks and at several schools’ prize-giving days. She has opened several events and buildings such as Cardiff White-Water Rafting Centre and several school sports halls.
Amy’s motivational speaking presentation focusses on:
"Amy has recently embarked on her speaking career and event host with great success"