Katrina Webb is recognised and acknowledged for her unique athleticism and outstanding success as a Paralympic athlete. She has won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in athletics at three Paralympic Games.
She was the first torch bearer to enter the Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games and in 2006 Katrina was selected to present on behalf of the international Paralympic Committee to the United Nations in New York.
Off the track Katrina is the Director of her own business Silver 2 Gold High Performance Solutions.
As a qualified physiotherapist and a person that knows how to achieve gold medal results more than once, her business specialises in ‘Turning Silver into Gold’ and improving the performance and health of organisations, teams and individuals.
To add to this she has walked in the Kokoda track and is a mother of 3 boys.
In 2012 & 2016, Katrina was selected as a Paralympian Ambassador for the International Paralympic Committee Ambassadors at the London & Rio Paralympic Games.
Due to her own experience in dealing with a disability and a desire to help others, Katrina is a passionate humanitarian. She is currently an ambassador for Childreach Nepal who devises programmes for the Health, Education and Protection of children.
In this role, she has formed strategic partnerships with various Australian organisations collectively raising over $45,000 to support aid in the wake of the devastating Nepalese earthquake.
She has just returned from hosting a trek to Basecamp Everest to raise more funds.
Katrina Webb is a unique and inspiring speaker whose ideas and experiences challenge and motivate her audiences.
She has delivered over 500 presentations to over 150,000 people in six different countries.
Check out Katrina’s TEDx Talk on The Alchemy of Performance - turning silver to gold.