Rebecca Richardson, Fellow of the RSA
Rebecca Richardson, Founder of Breathe Unity and Co-Founder of One Running Movement, has been invited to become a Fellow of the RSA.
The RSA ,The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, commonly shortened to The Royal Society of Arts, is a British organisation that has been at the forefront of social change for over 260 years. Through its ideas, research and a 30,000-strong Fellowship, to which Rebecca now belongs, it is a global community of proactive problem solvers sharing powerful ideas, carrying out cutting-edge research and building networks and opportunities for people to collaborate and generate practical solutions to bring about change.
Rebecca has herself been invited to become a Fellow in light of her commitment to utilising the power of sport to improve health, strengthen resilience, and increase confidence, through her Co-Founding of One Running Movement and many years of working in the Sports Industry helping to inspire others. One Running Movement is a collaborative evolution for movement and change offering non-competitive virtual and live cumulative running events #MoveForLife
Rebecca’s drive to promote change through the power of Sport makes her an ideal Fellow for the RSA which is all about understanding opportunities, developing solutions, helping others succeed through generosity and collaboration, and working with active, like-minded problem solvers.
Rebecca Richardson commented, “It is a huge honour to be invited to join the RSA and I am thrilled to become a Fellow and join such a plethora of achievers, difference makers and historic icons. To be one of 30,000 people in the RSA’s global community is incredibly exciting and I am very much looking forward to sharing ideas, meeting like-minded people whilst realising real and lasting change. The RSA’s mission to create a better future is aligned with my ethos and drive behind One Running Movement. I am delighted that my commitment to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of current and future generations has been recognised by The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.”
Rebecca was recognised in 2019 as a Difference Maker, presented by Levis at The Reach Women’s Leadership Summit, through her commitment to the Sports Industry for over 27 years and the difference that has been made by all working together collaboratively to create social change for good.
You can contact Rebecca on LinkedIn