Q&A with Lewis Moody

Bring your company together to hear from World Cup winning England Rugby captain, Lewis Moody.

We are offering your company an exclusive opportunity to spend some time with former England Rugby Captain and World Cup winner, Lewis Moody MBE in a virtual Q&A. Gain a fascinating insight into Lewis’ career, from his time at Leicester Tigers and Bath, through to his most memorable World Cup winning moments and discover what it means to lead The England Rugby team onto the pitch.

As co-founder of The Lewis Moody Foundation, Lewis has undertaken many incredible adventures since his rugby career came to a close in 2013. These challenges have taken Lewis to every point on the compass, including his most recent and gruelling expedition to the South Pole!

Taking part in a Q&A with Lewis, is a great way to engage with your teams during this time of separation, or a chance to put on a bespoke event for clients and associates to drive further business. You’ll spend around an hour with Lewis, hearing first-hand what it takes to be a leader, both on and off the pitch in this relaxed and fun team building opportunity.

As a thank you for Lewis’ time, The Foundation would welcome a donation from your company of £2,500-£5,000. Every penny really does make a difference, especially in this time when so many of our fundraising events and activities have sadly been cancelled due to coronavirus, decimating our income. Your generosity can help us to continue to fund vital services at The Brain Tumour Charity, at a time when support for our vulnerable community is needed more than ever.

About Lewis Moody MBE

 Lewis Moody MBE is a former captain of the England rugby team and a member of the 2003 World Cup winning side. A retired English rugby union player, Lewis has represented both Leicester Tigers and Bath Rugby.  During a glittering career, Lewis won the World Cup in 2003 and made the World Cup Final in 2007, as well as achieving two 6 Nations Championship Winners Medals, two Heineken Cup Winners Medals and seven Premiership Winners Medals.

Since retirement, Lewis has completed many grueling challenges with The Foundation and has trekked to both poles of the globe in his fight to Tackle Brain Tumours.