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Introducing our new Ambassador, Kim Morgan

November 6, 2020

Kim Morgan, CEO of Barefoot Coaching becomes new ambassador for Women’s Work Derbyshire

In her new position, Kim will help to promote the award-winning charity’s work among disadvantaged and vulnerable women and children in Derbyshire.

“The vital work of Women’s Work Derbyshire is so close to my heart as my professional and life experience has shown that with the right support, women can make a huge difference to their lives,” says Kim Morgan.

With over 30 years’ experience in people development, across all sectors of public and private business, Kim draws extensively on her experience of what universally works to make great leaders, successful individual, productive teams, happy families, outstanding organisations and brilliant coaches. She is the CEO of Barefoot Coaching – one of the leading suppliers of coaching and coach training – and an ICF Master Certified Coach. Kim is a much sought-after conference speaker on all aspects of coaching and coach education, leadership, psychology and change management.

Other members of the Barefoot Coaching network will be encouraged to become involved with Women’s Work Derbyshire. Women’s Work provides access to training and education opportunities to give women a springboard into further training, education or employment so Kim’s coaching background will play a vital role in our work.

Dionne Reid, CEO at Women’s Work says: “We are delighted to announce the appointment of entrepreneur, speaker and author Kim Morgan as our new charity ambassador. Her appointment is highly valued and respected as she brings significant vast experience to Women’s Work. We are so looking forward to working together to empower women and children in Derbyshire. We are confident Kim will inspire, shape and strengthen our work here at Women’s Work to outreach to the most helpless and underprivileged of our society, particularly with her Barefoot bespoke programmes on wellbeing, resilience, self-confidence, motivation and healthy relationships, just to name a few”.

Kim’s role will support our fundraising and volunteering activity. Ultimately she will help promote awareness of our services and raise vital funds within the region to support our work. Being an Ambassador is a really important role for the charity as it will help in reaching new people and inspire new fundraising activity.

Kim Morgan