Motivational Speaker


Ingrid's talks are better described as experiences that take audiences on a mind-blowing journey. Customised to meet your goals, they include awesome slides and fun, whole audience participation to demonstrate key points. Her talks empower primarily women to not to see themselves stereotypically, but rather,  to express themselves fully and influence change. 

"I am a woman, a woman of colour and a single mother. The stereotypes state that as a black single mother from South East London that I should be written off. Yet, when my son was just a wee toddler, it was when I was at my most successful with properties and a thriving business in prestigious Islington. Nonetheless, for over forty years there was still one stereotype I was unable to shake which broke my confidence and took me to the brink of insanity. I eventually broke its impact though simply getting badass. I now empower others to get badass too, that is, to not see themselves as a stereotype, but rather, to discover their authentic voices and positively impact the world."


Read my full Story of how I finally unlocked the negative messages holding me back and unleashed my inner badass. 


Ingrid Marsh Personal Development Coach redefining charisma

Ingrid Marsh is a Communications Coach, Diversity Trainer and an NLP practitioner. With a background in broadcasting, she also empowers primarily women to discover and communicate their authentic voices compellingly to increase their visibility and influence change. Ingrid has been an activist for gender equality in various capacities for nearly ten years. Plus, through her work on raising awareness of unconscious gender and racial bias prevalent in Artificial Intelligence, Ingrid is a member of the IEEE Global AI Ethics Outreach Committee.

Having much experience in unconscious bias training and being aware that it is not always as effective as it should or could be, she developed new mindful techniques to improve the process. The techniques are used to stop individuals making decisions on autopilot, to mitigate the uncomfortable feeling that conventional bias training evokes and, to be comfortable with being their authentic selves.

Ingrid provides breakout sessions, workshops, joins panels and is a keynote speaker who has been described by Google as a fantastic public speaker. She is also a serial entrepreneur who has owned everything from a vintage lifestyle shop in Islington to a tech online food marketplace. In her earlier career, Ingrid worked in Account Management serving major financial institutions, such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.

Her communications skills have led to voice-overs for radio ads aired on the BBC and local radio stations. She was a life coach columnist for The South London Press Newspaper and radio station Asian Star. She has appeared as an expert on Nick Ferrari's LBC radio show and joined panels on OH TV sky 199 alongside MP Tessa Jowell and UK Olympian Will Bayley. 


Signature talks

  • How to unleash your inner badass

A talk that empowers participants to make a positive impact and increase their influence through finding and expressing their authentic voices. Participants will be empowered with tools to shatter their inner glass, reach their full potential and unleash ridiculous levels of creativity.

  • The Power of Inclusive Collaboration

    A talk on diversity of thought and using mindful ways to unleash the power of everyone's authentic voices.

  • How to minimise the risk of transferring your unconscious biases in to your work, such as in Artificial Intelligence. 

  • A fun yet thought provoking talk on raising awareness of the unconscious bias prevalent in AI. Her talk includes empowering ways of mitigating its impact and also  helps organisations to protect their reputation.

  • Can mindfulness close the gender gap

    A powerful talk on how getting still could help to stop gender and race inequality.





    Talk on being an authentic entrpreneur and unleashing your inner badass:

    “Ingrid Marsh is a fantastic public speaker!” 
    — Google Campus

    Talk on Unconscious Bias in Artificial IntellegenceI:

    "Always love listening to the wonderful Ingrid Marsh"
    — Robert McCargow, PWC, Artificial Intelligence Programme Leader and the 38th most influential person in the world in AI.  

    Talk on Unconscious Bias in AI at Tech for good:
    "Hello. Just wanted to say thank you for the talk on Monday. It has certainly got us thinking about the unconscious bias that might exist in the work we do. We spend a lot of time trying to avoid personal bias, that's important for great design but I've never really considered there might be a gender, race, social bias lurking within the design patterns we choose. it's helpful to be reminded where our blind spots might be. Thanks again.

    -- Elliot Engers - Co Founder and CEO Infinity Health


    Ingrid at The Eleven

    By the end of my talk participants will be equipped with tools to: 

    • Bring their authentic selves to work and unleash new levels of creativity 
    • Be empowered to speak up, speak out
    • Bring their unique ideas, solutions and perspectives to the fore
    • Replace the limiting beliefs that hold them back 
    • Acquire more power, presence and personal impact 
    • Communicate their vision with confidence 

    Other signature talks:

    How to express yourself authentically

    Power, presence and personal impact

    The power of storytelling

    How to be an authentic entrepreneur

    Work/Life Balance 

    More Testimonials:

    “Ingrid is fire!! Innovative, Engaging, Raw.”
    — Lanre Atijosan - The Beauty Bank
    “Great opening presentation by Ingrid Marsh. Thought provoking indeed!”
    “Great energy, great speaker, great inspiration with some wonderful tips too.”
    — Sara Stafford-Williams
    “I echo the too! great event last night. Loved the vibe and the positive energy in the room.”
    — Parwinder Dale
    “Wonderful event! Love what you are doing and stand for. ”
    — Natasha Hayles
    “If I wore a wig could I come to your courses too?”
    — Michael G