Eva Carroll -is a Keynote and Motivational Speaker, Delegate to the 65th UN Commission on the Status of Women, Journalist, Actress, Comedian.
A Keynote Speaker, Journalist, Host, Actress, Comedian and Campaigner , she is a multi-talented rising star in the media and performing arts world.
Raised by a single mum in Liverpool, Eva’s life has already followed a remarkable course, becoming the Young Lord Mayor of Liverpool and gaining a place at Cambridge University’s King’s College.
Eva is a powerful speaker on Women’s Rights, Equality and Climate Change. She was a member of the Youth Parliament for Liverpool and spoke in the House of Commons about Hate Crime. She’s appeared on ITV’s This Morning, discussing public sexual harassment and is the UK Delegate to the 65th UN Commission on the Status of Women. Other speaking engagements have included The Body Shop global meeting about period poverty, stigma and education and appearances as a contributor for the BBC and Times Radio.
A Writer and Journalist, she has written for Varsity and been the Blog Editor for King’s Politics, the biggest political society at Cambridge University, interviewing leading politicians and campaigners.
Eva is a passionate campaigner herself and ran ten marathons in a year to raise money for the children’s charity, Plan International UK. She’s also worked with Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp appearing in the Girls Get Equal Listening Sessions, discussing online harassment.
A natural on stage performer, Eva is a highly accomplished actress, receiving glowing reviews as Linda in the ADC Theatre’s adaptation of Willy Russell’s classic play “Blood Brothers”. She’s also a comedian, regularly performing stand-up and sketches.