Rugby union and sevens player, Danielle Waterman, has won the Six Nations Championship multiple times. In 2014, alongside her team, she clinched first place at the Rugby World Cup, followed by a selection for the 2017 Ireland Rugby World Cup team. Hailing from a sporting family, it is no surprise that Danielle has thrived within the sport. She was even on the 2019 World Rugby Women's Sevens Player of the Year award voting panel, a testament to her incredible influence within the sport.
As a rugby speaker, she invites audiences to explore her career with her, taking them on a journey from her first team, Minehead Barbarians RFC, to England's national women's rugby team. A pioneer of her sport, Danielle is an advocate for gender inclusion within rugby, a topic that she passionately discusses as a sports speaker. As a young player, she was one of the few girls who played rugby with the boy's team, reflecting Danielle's dedication to her career.
Danielle was named the youngest woman to represent her country, when she appeared in her Test debut in 2003. Only three years later, she was named England's Most Promising Player 2006, a credit to her thriving career. At the 2012 Italy European Championship, Danielle was named the national team's vice captain, kick starting her new venture as a sports leader. Following her title of World Champion at the 2014 French Rugby World Cup, Danielle's team received the BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year Award.
As a speaker, Danielle's extensive knowledge of leadership and high performance teams, influenced by her successful career as a captain, greatly benefits corporate audiences. In business, teamwork is the key to success, making a speaker like Danielle invaluable. Confident, dedicated to her sport and an expert on success, few speakers can rival Danielle's impressive sporting career.
How to hire Danielle Waterman
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