Hayley Mulenda

Mental health motivator
Hayley Mulenda

Hayley Mulenda is a multi-award winning international speaker, author and agent of change who has spoken to tens of thousands of people across the world, sharing her story on how she turned her pain to purpose. She specialises in delivering unforgettable and powerful keynotes that show that trials don’t happen to you, they can happen for you.

Hayley has shared the stage with moguls such as Holly Branson, Jeanette Arnold MBE, Lord Hastings and Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London). Her story has been described as mesmerising, impactful and life-changing. Hayley’s keynote themes focus on wellbeing, vulnerability and personal development.

After nearly taking her own life at the age of 18 from being overwhelmed by the inability to balance studying, business and her personal life, Hayley realised how mental health issues are increasingly affecting millennials and she was passionate to do something about it.

She has published her Award-Winning Book The ABCs To Student Success which rated for 4.9* on Amazon where she uses the alphabet in a unique way to teach, empower and encourage others to keep pushing on.

In under 4 years, Hayley has had the opportunity to share her story drawing from her own experiences, which has resonated with over 40,000 people as she has spoken on some of the world’s greatest stages from The Houses of Parliament to Wembley Arena, as well as working with some of the world’s leading firms running seminars, workshops and keynote presentations.

Hayley’s work has impacted institutions and corporations from all over the world, as she works with FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 senior leaders and young talent to help implement change, strategy and synergy. Her insight has been used to help government officials and The Commonwealth Secretariat to have a greater understanding of wellbeing for the next generation.

Hayley’s speaking engagements include JP Morgan, Facebook, PwC, Teach First and The Cabinet Office. She has spoken at Microsoft HQ in Redmond, Washington, working with their senior leaders as well as speaking with the CEO and senior leaders of Unilever.


Hayley Mulenda

UK Cabinet Office

  • UK Cabinet Office

Her story on mental health is inspiring. an amazing voice on mental health for the next generation.

Rupert McNeil, Chief People Officer, UK Cabinet Office