Charlie Webster

Broadcaster, speaker, writer, Ministry of Justice victims advisor and app creator

I am an experienced broadcaster in both TV and radio who has worked globally for major networks and covered some of the biggest events in the world. I am a speaker both motivational and on my advocacy work - sexual and domestic abuse - global health and malaria - mental health/trauma. To name a few, the US senate with the UN, the 2018 Commonwealth summit in London and for President Museveni in Uganda in the charge against malaria in Africa, EU sexual abuse conference. I have recently developed an app called Powerme in the area of children's emotional wellbeing helping to identify and cope with emotions. I am a passionate campaigner in the area of sexual and domestic abuse and child health and sit on the Ministry of Justice Advisory victims panel. I am currently writing my first book! I have done various extreme endurance challenges and campaigns including running 250 miles to and from 40 football clubs to get men talking about domestic and sexual abuse. I raised funds for Women's Aid and got awarded in Parliament as a Fundraising hero. I cycled 3000 miles last year from London, UK to Rio, Brazil. I am an ambassador for Malaria No More and Women's Aid. In 2016 I spent 2 months in hospital after been given 24 hours to live in a coma and on a life support machine. I had 4 life threatening diseases including Malaria. I have interviewed people from the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sly Stallone to Sugar Ray Leonard, and was the first female anchor in the world to host live boxing and a world title fight and the first female football presenter in Asia. I have a degree in Language and Linguistics.