Sophie Morgan

Disability Advocate & Broadcaster

Sophie Morgan is a Broadcaster and Disability Advocate

An award-winning TV presenter and disability advocate who has fronted shows including Living Wild (Channel 4), the Paralympics and Loose Women (Panellist).

Co-founder of production company Making Space, which has partnered with Reese Witherspoon’s production company Hello Sunshine. Making Space, aims to place disabled talent front and centre and give a voice to those within the industry to tell untold and unexplored stories.

Voted as one of the Top 10 most influential people with a disability in the UK, she is one of the only television presenters with a disability in the world.

Makes award winning current affairs documentaries, travel programs and consumer affairs shows including Dispatches and Unreported World.

A proud patron of Scope, Back Up & Human Rights Watch.

Has partnered with major brands such as Can-Am, PADI, and AirBnb to promote their Adapted Category

Sophie is a monthly Columnist for Conde Nast Traveler.

She is spearheading the global disability rights campaign Rights On Flights. The campaign is calling for the Government to grant the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) the powers to fine airlines if they fail to look after disabled passengers. This has taken her to the Houses of Parliament, Number 10, and to meeting President Biden in the United States.

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