Laura Westcott is a creative entrepreneur and classically trained singer with a passion for improving mental health and supporting women in business.
Following her role as PR Manager and reviewer for The Times newspaper (London) and Content Editor for News Corp (New York), Laura founded Music for Mental Wealth to prevent mental health challenges in the music industry, after experiencing stage fright and anxiety for many years before experiencing the transformational benefits of mental health coaching.
Laura also created Soundcheque live events company raising awareness and funding for charitable causes through music. She founded 'Songs of War' for children's charity War Child and spent one week voluntarily blind before founding Sound for Sight charity for preventable blindness.
Laura most recently co-founded Phoenix Rising a global network supporting change-makers and bringing feminine energy back into leadership.
Laura sings in the London Philharmonic Choir and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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