Our Supporters: Hannah Ingram-Moore

Hannah Ingram-Moore from The Captain Tom Foundation kindly supports The Global Classroom

Hannah Ingram-Moore

The Captain Tom Foundation

Hannah is the youngest of two daughters and spent her childhood with her sister Lucy, mother Pamela and father Tom. She studied English and started her career as European Retail Operations Manager for the Mulberry Group.

About Hannah Ingram-Moore

Today Hannah is a successful Managing Director and Workplace strategist, with her own company Maytrix Group which she co-founded with husband Colin over 13 years ago. Over the last 20 years, Hannah has helped iconic businesses and brands of all sizes to thrive including Whittard, Gap and Fortnum & Mason in the UK, the Swatch group in America and Liberty London across Europe.

Across the globe Hannah has worked with companies in a multitude of sectors helping them create and deliver Omnichannel Strategies, improve the Customer Journey, help boost International Sales and Distribution and review the Marketing and Logistics Supply Chain in Luxury Goods, FMCG, F&B and Hospitality.

Hannah and her family have been honoured to be part of the global phenomenon that has been the fundraising by her father, Captain Sir Tom Moore. Little did they know that the simple gesture of her family sponsoring Tom to walk round the garden would lead to £38 million being given to NHS Charities Together and the subsequent creation and legacy that is The Captain Tom Foundation.

Amongst the Knighthood, world records and honours Captain Sir Tom has been thrilled to receive, the most recent was George H.W. Bush Points of Light Award bestowed earlier this month.

Hannah joins us for our November 2020 classroom, Global Generations.

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