International rugby star Catherine led the squad for three years and earned 63 caps for England. She participated in eight Six Nations games, winning six of them, and has 18 goals to her credit. Although England lost the 2010 World Cup, she was credited with the team's success for her leadership skills. The nonprofit Tag Rugby Trust, whose mission is to "Build futures through rugby," has named Catherine as its patron. She has been on Sky Sports, the BBC, and ITV, and in 2017, she commented on the Women's Rugby World Cup. In addition, Catherine has contributed regular essays to the weekly Rugby Paper and written for the Independent on Sunday, the Sunday Times, and the Guardian. Catherine can share her experience as a previous team captain and provide advice on how to grow as a leader in a team environment. Her speeches are open and honest and draw on her experience starting new businesses and dealing with setbacks. She earned a level 5 certification in HR management from the CIPD and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Canterbury Christchurch University. Catherine consistently brings this attitude and message to her speeches because she enjoys a challenge.
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