Jack Green

Double Olympian, Team GB

Jack Green is a double Olympian having represented Great Britain at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games in the 400m hurdles and 4x400m relay events.
Jack became a mental health ambassador for Mind and YoungMinds after being diagnosed with depression, bipolar tendencies and anxiety shortly after the 2012 Olympic Games. Jack has also worked with the House of Commons on the topic of mental health reform in elite sports.
Retiring at the age of 28 from a career that included European titles and world championships medals, Jack stepped into the corporate world to lead on well-being at BBC Studios during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jack was solely responsible for 30 offices globally and 10,000+ people.
Using his philosophy and passion for performance and well-being, Jack continues to support many global organisations with their well-being strategies and other service needs.

This philosophy led to Jack leading his previous health tech organisation to be acquired by a Nasdaq-listed company.

Outside of his well-being career, Jack coaches professionally in track and field. His most coveted athlete is an Italian national record holder, world champion and triple Olympian.
Jack is also a notable name on the keynote speaking circuit, having spoken for organisations such as Oxford and Cambridge universities, Johnson & Johnson, Channel 4, Nike, Deloitte and many others.