Carrie Grant is the UK’s best-known leadership and vocal coach, having been a judge and coach on TV’s "Fame Academy", "Pop Idol" and “Glee Club". She has the top-selling vocal coaching book in the world and has coached or worked with Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Lovato, The Spice Girls, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.
As a leadership coach she has worked with, among others, The Foreign Office, The Home Office, Shell, HSBC, France Telecom, Ernst & Young, The Murdoch Group, Santander, BBC Worldwide and Skandia.
Carrie is a reporter for BBC’s The One Show and The Culture Show, and she is one of the UK’s leading motivational speakers. She regularly speaks in Parliament on Crohn’s Disease and Autism, two topics very close to her heart.
Carrie has released 6 children’s books since 2013 in the UK and USA, published by Egmont.
Carrie was awarded a MOBO award in 1998, a BAFTA in 2013 and a BASCA in 2008 for her lifetime services to the music industry.