Madeleine Black has an unusual personal story which she uses to inspire and motivate others.  She chose to forgive the two men who gang raped her at thirteen years old and she shares her story for many reasons:

End the shame, stigma and silence surrounding sexual violence.

Enable others to find their voice, whatever their story is.

Encourage others to live their life courageously too.

Make people question their own thinking and mindset.

She wants to show how changing her mindset tapped into her resilience and transformed her life.

Ultimately inspire hope and show people that we are all so much stronger than we think we are. 

She wants people to know that it’s not what happens to us that is important but what we do with it.

Encourage others to see we can get past anything that happens to us in both our professionally &  personal life.

She wants to show how changing her mindset tapped into her resilience and transformed her life.

Ultimately inspire hope and show people that we are all so much stronger than we think we are. 

She wants people to know that it’s not what happens to us that is important but what we do with it.

Encourage others to see we can get past anything that happens to us in both our professionally &  personal life.

SEE MADELEINE IN ACTION

CLIENTS

Caspar Craven (Conference & Corporate Events Speaker)

‘Breath Taking. You could hear a pin drop when Madeleine talked. The insights, the strength, the courage, the wisdom. I defy you to listen to Madeleine and not come away with last memories that lift, inspire and encourage.’

Dr Mariya Ali - Former Deputy Minister of Health and Family, Maldives

‘The impact of Madeleine’s talks in the Maldives created a mini #metoo movement in the International Women Empowerment Events conference in July 2019.’

Mary Horan - Guidance Counsellor

‘There was absolute silence as we listened to every word.’

Barbara Clark (Organisational Development Consultant at CONNECT THREE)

‘Madeleine is an honest, inspirational speaker who gives a voice to those who need it. She really connects with the audience and commands the attention of everyone. It’s so motivational to see and hear someone turn their experiences into an opportunity to grow and help others.’

Charles Marcus (Ranked as one of the top 60 Motivational Speakers in the world)

‘Madeleine has an amazing but very personal and difficult story to share. She shares it courageously and with class. The audience that day in South Africa was impacted from the get-go. She had us with her every step of the way with her great storytelling and made a huge impact with everyone. An inspiring and proud human being in every sense. She will impact you on many levels and show you what true courage is all about.’

Caspar Craven (Conference & Corporate Events Speaker)

‘Breath Taking. You could hear a pin drop when Madeleine talked. The insights, the strength, the courage, the wisdom. I defy you to listen to Madeleine and not come away with last memories that lift, inspire and encourage.’

Dr Mariya Ali - Former Deputy Minister of Health and Family, Maldives

‘The impact of Madeleine’s talks in the Maldives created a mini #metoo movement in the International Women Empowerment Events conference in July 2019.’

Mary Horan - Guidance Counsellor

‘There was absolute silence as we listened to every word.’

Barbara Clark (Organisational Development Consultant at CONNECT THREE)

‘Madeleine is an honest, inspirational speaker who gives a voice to those who need it. She really connects with the audience and commands the attention of everyone. It’s so motivational to see and hear someone turn their experiences into an opportunity to grow and help others.’

Charles Marcus (Ranked as one of the top 60 Motivational Speakers in the world)

‘Madeleine has an amazing but very personal and difficult story to share. She shares it courageously and with class. The audience that day in South Africa was impacted from the get-go. She had us with her every step of the way with her great storytelling and made a huge impact with everyone. An inspiring and proud human being in every sense. She will impact you on many levels and show you what true courage is all about.’

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UNBROKEN – THE BOOK

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Unbroken is Madeleine’s memoir and tells her story of being gang raped at thirteen by two American teenagers in the late 1970’s.  It follows her journey of survival, healing, forgiveness, transformation and hope.

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“The 21 year old was alone and vulnerable” - good God. Even in a story about the failures of the case she is blamed. Libby Squire was vulnerable to a murderous rapist, sexist police and misogyny in the media. None of this was her fault. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/02/11/libby-squire-trial-serial-sex-offenderguilty-raping-murderingstudent/

Adam Toledo 13 years old murdered in cold blood by police officer .evil evil racist killers .this cannot sustain itself. God bless you Adam Toledo.

The Lessons of Love in the Play of Opposites https://youtu.be/EIFVChN15Q8 via @YouTube

Thanks so much to @BBCWomansHour for asking us to take part in such an important discussion about how we improve justice responses to sexual crime https://twitter.com/BBCWomansHour/status/1382987919116406790

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