Female sports speaker, role model, and professional surfer Carissa Moore is widely considered to be the most successful female surfer of her generation. Moore has become an icon, setting records on the World Surf League. She became the first woman to win an Olympic gold medal in surfing at the 2020 Olympic Games. She was also the first surfer at an Olympic Games that is Hawaiian.
Moore began her professional career in 2010, qualifying third in the WSL World Championship. She became Rookie of the Year and has since become a five time WSL Women’s World Champion. With twelve years of professional surfing under her belt, Moore is passionate about encouraging young women to surf. Moore founded the Moore Aloha Foundation in 2018 to share her love of surfing through events aimed at bringing young girls together.
The Moore Aloha Foundation has partnered with several major surf events. These include the Super Girl Surf Pro, the Hurley Pro, and a surf inspired workout with Surfset NYC and Gillette for their #SkinInTheGame campaign. Moore also started the Moore Aloha Global Exchange, where she selects five girls to spend ten days training with her in Hawaii.
Moore is an incredible role model for young women and an excellent motivational speaker. Since winning her Olympic gold medal, Carissa has been interviewed by Today, Shape Magazine, RedBull, and podcasts like Finding Mastery. To hire Carissa Moore as a sports speaker for your corporate event, please reach out to email@example.com.