Donna Fraser is a 4x Olympian and former 400m sprinter for Great Britain, winning a host of European, Commonwealth and World medals, in a career spanning over 20 years.

In 2009, Donna retired from her athletics career, having received a breast cancer diagnosis.

Following a successful recovery, Donna switched focus, to driving equality, diversity and inclusion within the workplace, across a variety of industries including Sport.

Through her roles at UK Athletics, the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, and most recently, the Professional Cricketers Association, Donna has amassed over 10 years experience, serving as a Trustee, Board Member and Head of ED&I for multiple organisations and charities, advising leaders and driving effective and meaningful change.

In 2021 Donna was recognized for her work, and awarded an OBE (Order of the British Empire) for her services to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

Having seen first hand the incredible benefits that embedded ED&I practices create for both employees and Businesses, Donna is on a mission to share her advice and experience, to level the playing field for all, or should we say, level the track!

Find out more about how Donna can help you, here.

Notable experience


President – South of England Athletics Association

2013- 15

Chair of the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network – EDF Energy


Vice President of UK Athletics Members Council


Equality, Diversity & Engagement Lead – UK Athletics


Organising Committee – IAAF World Athletics Championships and World Para Athletics Championship London


Freedom of the Borough (Croydon)


OBE for services to Equality, Inclusion and Diversity in the workplace


Head of Inclusion – Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games


Director of ED&I – Professional Cricketers Association