Advisory Board

Meet the visionaries supporting our bold mission at WCorp. With their wealth of experience and insight, our Advisory Board guides our commitment to transforming global business practices and launching a movement for workplace reform. 

Sarah Ferguson

The Duchess of York is a global humanitarian, businesswoman, bestselling children’s book author, producer and wellness advocate. In 1993 she founded Children in Crisis, and the charity has educated over 1.4 million children, trained over 18,000 teachers, built 57 schools and supports hundreds of schools on a yearly basis. The Duchess has published over 55 books including two autobiographies and titles dealing with health, empowerment, history, art, as well as children's stories. The subject of countless media interviews herself, The Duchess has been a special correspondent for NBC's Today show and has presented specials and documentaries on ABC, FOX, and CNN, and presented and co-produced specials for ITV, BBC, and Sky TV.

Sam Smith

Sam Smith is an entrepreneur, bestselling author, and previously founder and CEO of UK financials services firm finnCap (now Cavendish) that she grew from £1m turnover a year to £1m turnover a week and listed on the LSE in 2018. She introduced an Inclusive Culture into financial services in the UK and is a very passionate champion of Inclusive Culture across UK businesses. She champions female leadership and entrepreneurship being inclusive especially for underestimated founders, entrepreneurial thinking in schools, Scale Up Britain and the whole Scale Up ecosystem. 

Celeste Mergens 

Celeste Mergens is an author, thought leader, and changemaker and has been featured in Oprah’s O Magazine, Forbes, and Stanford Social Innovation Review. She is the Founder of Days for Girls, a global award-winning organization championing Women's Health and Menstrual Health Equity. Days for Girls was named by the Huffington Post as a ‘Next Ten’ Organization poised to change the world in the next decade and has reached more than 3 million women and girls in 145 countries.