In the wake of the scandals hitting Hollywood and Westminster, there’s never been a better time to hire celebrities with an interest in women’s rights and the issues surrounding them. From the stratospherically successful #MeToo hashtag campaign to the brave women stepping forward to name and shame abusers, championing strong women is a great way to keep your brand relevant.

Pips Taylor: Rights Of Women Patron

Pips Taylor is an experienced and interesting broadcaster who has worked extensively in TV and radio. One of her breakthrough projects was the documentary, aired on BBC Three, ‘I Never Said Yes.’ Exploring the large number of unreported rape cases in the UK, her outspoken work around the topic has seen her made the patron of the Rights of Women charity.

Rights of Women is a charity which aims to help women through the law, offering legal advice and information which enables them to understand the law and exercise their legal rights. The remit of the charity also extends as far as campaigning for changes to be made to the law to improve the law for women and improve access to justice.

Pips Taylor: Rights Of Women Patron

These experiences make her a perfect topical speaker who’s sure to engage with any audience – but it’s not just her credentials on these issues that are impressive. She’s got a talent for presenting work of all sorts, and has been responsible for interviews and content for ITV’s biggest talent show, The X-Factor. As well as hosting a Google live stream, interviewing contestants, she also hosted an afterparty at Wembley Arena.

She can switch seamlessly between audiences and topics; from presenting content for the prestigious TED x Teen brand to working with Rimmel, V Festival, Vodafone and Talk Talk to create sponsored content. Now working primarily as a DJ for Magic Chilled, she’s also in demand as a DJ and presenter for events around the world.

A real all-rounder and a favourite at her entertainment agency, if you’re looking to hire a celebrity who is relevant, talented and a consummate professional, you could do much worse than Pips Taylor.