Sophie Morgan

Broadcaster and Disability Advocate

Sophie Morgan is an award-winning disability advocate, TV presenter & social entrepreneur. After being paralysed in a car crash when she was 18 years old, she is one of the only television presenters with a disability in the world.

Voted as one of the Top 10 most influential people with a disability in the UK, she is determined to channel her adversity into opportunity and she sees her challenges as a unique chance for creativity and has become the ultimate agent for change.

She fronts the live coverage of all Paralympic sport for Channel 4 and makes award winning current affairs documentaries, travel programs and consumer affairs shows including Dispatches and Unreported World. Sophie is also a board member for Ofcom, the UK government- approved regulatory broadcast authority.

She also established Sophie Morgan Creative Ltd and is leading the charge to better representation for disabled people in retail, travel and design consulting for large retailers such as Target Corporation, John Lewis & Waitrose. She has a wealth of live events experience including hosting Global Disability Summits alongside working with global brands such as Air BnB, Toyota, CanAm and GoPro.

She is a proud patron of Scope & Back Up, Global Ambassador for Womens Rights and Inclusive Education for Leonard Cheshire, and on the Special Advisory Committee for Human Rights Watch.

Alongside her broadcast career, Sophie is passionate about adventure and Art. Having graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Goldsmiths university, she has been exhibiting her award winning artwork for over a decade. She owns company LoveLines, specialising in unique & personal bespoke line drawings and is also a portrait artist, creating original art works and limited edition prints.

Originally from Sussex, Sophie now lives in South East London.

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