Sophie Everard is a multi-faceted athlete business owner, author and athlete passionate about spreading a positive message of empowerment and being a modern female-entrepreneur.
The founder of the Mad To Live movement, a much loved media channel and in-house content creation hub for all that is lifestyle, sport, travel, and cutting-edge journalism, and Mad To Live Retreats, the leading international women’s fitness and adventure retreats, attended by Olympic Champions. in their 4th year with locations 4 worldwide, and as featured in The Guardian, Women’s Health, Grazia, London Evening Standard, Metro and more, and worked with The North Face, Roxy and Seafolly Australia.
Sophie has worked with diverse brands including Chanel, The North Face, Roxy, the Swiss and California tourist boards, Avon and more
Sophie has fronted stimulating panel discussions for brands including Elle and Ivy Park alongside esteemed hosts including Lorraine Candy, Editor i Chief of the Sunday Times Style.
A free-surfer and bonafide lover of all that is adventure and the outdoors, Sophie is also a qualified surf coach and personal trainer, and has previously taught in London’s fitness hotspots including Another Space, Move Your Frame & Soho House, and has also lived in the Alps for many winters, chasing her love of snowboarding and the outdoors. She can often by found with a board on her feet and a backpack, hunting adventure…
As a journalist (since 2010) Sophie has freelanced for many titles including i-D, Grazia and SurfGirl, is the author of a published book from CroWood Press.
Also an Ambassador to The Wave Project, a not-for profit results driven charity that has
reached & impacted thousands of children. 2239 Young people have accessed Wave Project surf therapy courses.
Sophie has proudly presented the inaugural Wave Project Awards.