Anne Wafula Strike
provides a personal example of courage, commitment and determination
that challenges misconceptions about disability. Athlete, author, and
sporting ambassador, Anne inspires achievement and excellence across a
broad range of life situations through motivational talks and
appearances that encourage others to overcome difficulties and
London 2012 Paralympics 2012 has been very successful with the Olympic and Paralympic games coming to London. It was a big honour to be one of the 580 people taking part in the torch relay, being one of the ITV London Tonight commentary team, and to be at hand for experts insites on Para Olympics Games for BBC World TV. Also my debut as a performer at the Royal Festival Hall with the Graeae Theatre Company's show - Snowballs and Sequin, as one of Rhinstone Rollers.
A tribute to the man who chose love over fear -
Talking about Forgiveness
Be sure to keep checking this page as I will be talking about FORGIVENESS. It is true, that when we FORGIVE, we release negative ties that bind us …and we pave room for a brighter future by freely moving on.
'Tough Mudder' for Africa
Anne will embark on an extra ordinary journey as she tries to tackle one of the most difficult assault courses in the world. 'Tough Mudder' is not for the faint hearted, and it's even more challenging when you are a wheelchair user. Anne believes that with her teams' support she will overcome the obstacles and complete the challenge.
Book - 'In My Dreams I Dance' In My Dreams I Dance is a powerful autobiographical
account of adversity, endurance, and accomplishment. A natural storyteller with
an excellent command of language, Anne’s journey from Kenya to Britain is
punctuated with anecdotes of prejudice, friendship, and motherhood, leading to
triumph over testing circumstances. Click here to purchase book
Motivational Speaker Anne is a patron of AbleChildAfrica, an ambassador for ADD International and Right
to Play, and has worked with Learn Direct, National Children’s Fund, Disability
Rights Commission, Remploy, Leonard Cheshire Volunteers, the Association for the
Physically Handicapped of Kenya and several schools. She has also provided
motivational support for young women with social problems and has
given motivational speeches on behalf of multinational corporations, including the House of Commons and the President of the Commonwealth Summit. Click here for enquiries and bookings