On Thursday 3rd December 2015, the 2016 Power 100 listing revealed Britain’s 100 most influential people with a disability or impairment. This year’s publication featured the Muscle Help Foundation’s CEO and inspirational speaker Michael McGrath.
To mark UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities, leading figures from across business, sport, politics, education, media, public and third sectors were named in the list that celebrates British diversity and highlights 100 achievers with disabilities from across the UK. The publication was launched in London at the headquarters of Lloyds Banking Group.
Produced by Powerful Media and sponsored by Thomson Reuters and Lloyds Banking Group in partnership with Shaw Trust, the publication can be seen in full by clicking the image below or by clicking HERE.
Michael McGrath said:
“Whilst I am very proud and humbled to have been recognised in this way for the work carried out by the Muscle Help Foundation (MHF), I look forward to the day when a Power 100 list is no longer required because inclusion is simply a societal norm, a part of our cultural DNA. Perhaps utopia but for now, it’s my hope that as role models, I believe we have a really important responsibility to not only inspire tomorrow’s young people and lead by example but also make a commitment in helping others travel their own journey to achieve success.”