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The Top 7 Female Athletes to Book for Your Next Conference

As we kick off 2022 corporate events, both in-person and virtual, nothing adds a special touch quite like hiring a celebrity speaker. For the best stories of hard work, grit, and achievement, hire one of these top female athletes for motivational speaking engagements.

  1. Dara Torres

12-time gold medalist, famous Olympic swimmer, author of New York Times best-seller Age is Just a Number, and celebrity speaker Dara Torres became the oldest swimmer to compete in the Olympic Games at age 41, coming out of retirement and claiming 3 more silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. America loved the Olympic gold medal swimmer even more for her astonishing achievement. Today, Dara is a highly sought-after Motivational Keynote Speaker for corporate conferences, leadership summits, fundraisers, and especially women’s conferences. Dara is a top athlete motivational speaker and one of the best athlete speakers to cook for all types of speaking engagements.

In total, the Olympic swimmer has competed in five Olympic Games and has won 12 medals in her career. In addition, this hall of fame speaker won medals after giving birth to her daughter at age 41 years old. Olympians who are moms are far to none, making Dara even more special.

Aside from her amazing accomplishments in the pool, Dara has talents on dry land as well. She has appeared on such shows as Fox News, ESPN, CNN, Piers Morgan Tonight, Today Show, Good Morning America, Kelly and Regis, and many others.

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  1. Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan is an American professional soccer player for the Orlando Pride of the National Women’s Soccer League. The FIFA Women’s World Cup champion is a strong advocate for Pay Equality in the sports field which makes her a superb speaker to have at your next corporate event. She is one of the top athletes for motivational speaking.

Alex Morgan has booked major endorsement deals with many companies such as Coca-Cola and Nike as well as appearing in their national advertisements. She has also made appearances on ESPN, Sports Illustrated, CBS, U.S. Soccer, and more! 

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  1. Amanda Beard

Seven-time Olympic medalist Amanda Beard is an icon both in and out of the pool. Just 14 at her first Olympic games, Beard became the second-youngest swimmer in history to finish with one gold medal and two silver. Today, Beard is the owner of Beard Swim Co., a learn-to-swim program with a philosophy that the ability to swim is one of the greatest gifts you can give a child. Beard is the perfect motivational sports speaker to hire for corporate events.

When Beard isn’t swimming, her energy is switched on being a mom to her son Blaise and building her brand. She writes a blog, Swim Like a Mom, where she connects with mothers and fans. She also released her first book, New York Times Best Seller In The Water They Can’t See You Cry, in April 2012. 

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  1. Chloe Kim

American Olympic icon and groundbreaking motivational speaker Chloe Kim, is a role model to young women all over the world. At 17, she is the youngest woman in Olympic history to win an Olympic snowboard medal and is the future of women’s snowboarding. If you’re looking to hire an Olympian, Chloe is one of the best.

The 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games served as a purview to her 2018 Olympic performance. Chloe won 2 Gold Medals in Slopestyle and Halfpipe, while also being chosen to represent what the U.S stands for at the opening ceremonies.

On and off the field Chloe Kim has done everything with class, she would be perfect to inspire your audience. 

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  1. Dominique Dawes

Dominique Dawes made the Olympic Gymnastics team in 1996, thanks to her outstanding performance, the U.S. team, nicknamed the Magnificent Seven, won gold in Atlanta. She became the first U.S. women’s gymnastics team to do so in Olympic history. 

Dominique Dawes retired from gymnastics for good after the 2000 Olympics. Outside of competition, her career has varied from motivational speaking to even being on broadway. She has worked to encourage young people to be active. She serves as president of the Women’s Sports Foundation as well as the co-chair of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition in 2010. 

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  1. Shannon Miller

2-time gold medalist, Shannon Miller has been a household name since the 1996 Olympic games when the women’s artistic gymnastics team defeated the Russians for the very first time. The team, now known as the “Magnificent Seven,” included fellow gymnasts Dominique Dawes, Kerri Strug, Amy Chow, Dominique Moceanu, Amanda Borden, and Jaycie Phelps. After being inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame in 2008 and retiring from gymnastics, she established the Shannon Miller Foundation where she focuses on combating childhood obesity. 

A cancer survivor, Shannon hosts her own health-based radio show also titled Shannon Miller Lifestyle, and has served as a commentator and analyst for Yahoo! Sports, MSNBC, and NBC HD. Shannon is the author of several books, including Winning Everyday: Gold Medal Advice for Healthy Happy Living. In 2015, Miller published her autobiography It’s Not About Perfect with St. Martin’s Press.

Shannon has spoken at numerous events, combining her unique athletic achievements with her passion for living a healthy lifestyle to inspire many. In 2013, she spoke at the NJIT Athletics’ Pink Day, which celebrated women in sport.


  1. Jordan Larson

3-time Olympic medalist and professional volleyball player Jordan Larson is available for hire for speaking engagements and events. Larson joined the Women’s National Team in 2009 and has played professionally internationally, including in China, Russia, Turkey, and Puerto Rico. In 2012, she won a silver medal with the team in London and went on to become team captain in 2017. She later brought home a bronze medal in 2016 in Rio de Janerio, and gold as well as an MVP award at the 2021 Tokyo games. She is also well-decorated in the World Cup, World Grand Prix, World Championship, and FIVB Nations League.

The well-decorated athlete is no stranger to success; In college, the small-town Nebraska native led the University of Nebraska to the NCAA Division I title and was inducted into the Nebraska Athletics hall of fame in 2020. With this, Larson became the fifth oldest volleyball player in Team USA history to be on an Olympic roster. 

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