Inspiring the next generation and creating a genuine legacy...
The Most Capped England Player ever at World Cup Finals
England Women - 151 caps 24 Goals and counting!
Domestic Honours - FA Premier League Cup • FA Women’s Cup x2 • Continental Cup x2 • Women’s Super League Title
Personal Honours - Winner of FA Player’s Player of the Year & FA International Player of the Year
To date, Jill has appeared at x4 World Cups - x3 European Championships & the London 2012 Olympics.
Made an MBE in 2020 Honours List
Jill grew up in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear and although a keen long distance runner chose football and began her career with Sunderland Women. In October 2005, aged only 18 years, she won the Women’s Player of the Month award for September, based on her performances for both her club and country (at under-19 level).
Jill joined Everton Ladies in July 2006 and at the end of 2007/08 season she picked up the FA Players’ Player of the Year award. She made her debut for the England senior team against the Netherlands in August 2006.
She made the squad for the 2007 World Cup, coming on as a substitute in England’s opening match against Japan. She went on to start the remainder of England’s matches in the
tournament, scoring her first international goal in the 6-1 win over Argentina.
Since then Jill has gone on to earn 150 caps for her
country - the 2nd highest capped lioness in history - and has been an ever present in the England set up for the last 10 years. She has competed in 3 European Championships and 4 World Cups - Including this year’s in France where she became England’s most capped footballer in the World Cup, overtaking Peter Shilton in the Quarter Final win against Cameroon - where she was voted player of the game by the BBC.
In the winter of 2013 Jill decided to leave Everton and signed a 2 year deal with Manchester City. During her time at
Manchester City Women, Jill has scored their first ever goal in the Champions League, won the ‘double’ - FA Women's Super League & Continental Cup 2016/17 - and in 2019 added a further Continental Cup win to her honours list.
Jill has also enjoyed plenty of success at Wembley having scored in the 2017 FA Cup Final win and in 2019 played an important role in again winning the FA Cup in front of a crowd in excess of 43,000.
In 2021 Jill rejoined Everton Ladies on loan and whilst captain earned her 150th full international cap for England Lionesses
‘Success is the Problem - Failure is the Formula’
Creating Your Own Formula For Success
Based on her experiences from the world of Elite Performance, Jill has harnessed the lessons and techniques she has learnt throughout her highly successful career to provide an 8 point formula for the delivery of sustainable success which is totally
transferable back into life and the workplace.
Key areas of Engagement are:
• High Performance Teams • Inclusion & Diversity • Leadership • Inspiration & Motivation
Jill’s Keynote can also be adapted towards Team Building & Team Development events. Backed up by Action Learning exercises and underpinned by Jill’s 8 point formula for the delivery of sustainable success, delegates will leave with a clear vision of how they can implement small changes to create massive gains, in both their personal and business lives.
Jill is also to available for Q&A Sessions, which can be
built into to her existing Keynote presentation or run
as a stand alone event.