Danny understands what it takes to be successful and how to overcome adversity, after losing his right arm in an horrific road crash in 1994, he then went on to reach the pinnacle of his career winning Paralympic gold and breaking the 800m World Record.
It was Danny's drive and determination to overcome that huge hurdle in his life, focus on the future and regain his positive mental attitude that has led him to much success. Within 6months of his accident he was back on the rugby field and shortly after into Paralympic sport, quickly dominating – famously winning gold in the men’s 800 metres at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, a year which also saw him set a new world record. It was the highlight of a glittering international career that saw Danny win every major title in the sport, including the World Championships, European Championships and Paralympic World Cup.
Since retiring from international athletics, Danny continues to build on his reputation as a leading motivational/inspirational speaker in the world of business and sport delivering keynote presentations around the world that leave his audience motivated and inspired to achieve their goals and targets both personally and within business.
Alongside his speaking Danny is a Personal Performance coach, facilitating individuals and teams to unlock their true potential. He is also a regular on TV, presenting on large sporting events such as the Paralympics and World Darts Championships as well factual programmes for the BBC including three consecutive series of BBC Food: Truth or Scare. Danny was also a contestant on Celebrity MasterChef reaching the quarter finals.
Donna Fraser is a former sprinter, who competed at four consecutive Olympic Games for Great Britain, has developed a wealth of experience within the field of equality and diversity communications since her retirement from competitive athletics in 2009.
Between 2011-2015, Donna held the position of president of the South of England Athletics Association, while from 2013-2015 she also undertook the role of chair of the BAME Network (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) at EDF Energy.
After 19 years at EDF Energy, Donna returned to her passions in 2017, taking on a new role with UK Athletics as their Equality, Diversity & Engagement Lead and for the organising committee of the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships and World Para Athletics Championships in London.
From the track to the boardroom, Donna has created a career synonymous with all the characteristics that you'd attribute to one of Britain's greats. An expansive profile filled with medals, podium positions and significant accomplishments that tell the story of a European Junior Champion from Croydon that rose to become one of our most fearless world class Olympians. But the aforementioned accolades only scratch the surface of Donna's armoury. To characterise by her sporting achievements alone is to do a great disservice to the inspiring woman that she is today. The woman that battled her way through Breast Cancer to then go on to achieve a qualifying time to compete for trials at the 2012 Games.
Chris Moore a seasoned CEO with over 25yrs experience in the world of recruitment, He brings knowledge and understanding of the continuously changing landscape of business. Chris knows better than most the leadership qualities needed to get the best performance from your team.
Derek has been working as an educational leadership consultant and advisor since September 2020, following twenty years’ experience as a successful secondary school headteacher. Under his leadership Park House School in Newbury developed as one of the country’s most successful Specialist Sports Colleges, subsequently being identified in the top 100 state schools in the country for continuous improvement.
Derek has played a leading role in national and international sports education initiatives. He developed resources for the London 2012 Get Set Education programme and additionally contributed materials to the BBC World Olympic Dreams initiative. In 2012 Derek was appointed as the first Chair of the Youth Sport Trust’s national Headteacher Strategy Group and received the inaugural Sir John Madejski Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education and Sport.
As a result of the breadth of his work, Derek was recently shortlisted for the Times Education Supplement National Headteacher of the Year Award.