Sophie Morgan, 38, is an BAFTA nominated TV Presenter, Producer, Writer, Disability Rights Advocate and Artist. As one of the first female wheelchair users globally to host TV, Sophie is transforming the representation of disability on screen and can be seen anchoring live sports such as the Paralympics, fronting in her own prime-time travel series and hard hitting current affairs documentaries and as a regular panelist for ITV's Loose Women.
She has recently co-founded Making Space Media with Keely Cat Wells. MSM - in a first-look deal with Reece Witherspoon's Media company Hello Sunshine - focuses on producing TV and film, as well as creating accessible educational and promotional content for education, travel and media.
Recognized among the top 10 most influential disabled people in the UK, Sophie serves on advisory boards for Human Rights Watch, speaks at the United Nations, and acts as a patron for Scope and Back Up.
She is currently spearheading the global disability rights campaign Rights On Flights which has recently taken her to the White House to meet the President.
Sophie's influence extends internationally as a global ambassador for Can-Am, Airbnb, and PADI, and a monthly columnist for Condé Nast Traveler.
Sophie's artistic background includes a degree in Fine Art and Integrative Arts Therapy. She lives in London and Los Angeles.