Marisa Reich


Main focus: diversity/inclusive leadership

Twitter handle: @myrberlin

Websites/blogs: ,

Languages: German, English

City: Zug

Country: Switzerland

Topics: ethics, marketing, cultural transformation, diversity and inclusion, female empowerment, sustainability, bias

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Consulting, Coaching, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

Personal note:

Marisa Reich works as a consultant around diversity, culture, ethics and inclusion with a focus in the sports industry to equip leaders for a successful Business 4.0 transition. With almost 20 years of experience in professional sports, she has profound insights into the international sports business.

Marisa Reich helps individuals and organizations to reach their full potential, adapt to changing societal conditions, establish an open mindset, and successfully master this transformation.


As an economist and sports manager, Marisa Reich has worked in many different areas during her career. As an athlete's agent, she has accompanied track and field athletes to Olympic Games, World Championships, and international events. She has directed communications and events for players such as Infront, Berlin Marathon, and Red Bull, and in marketing, she has successfully acted and set the tone for SCC-EVENTS and World Marathon Majors.

She chairs the board at She Sports Switzerland, is a board member at Swiss Cycling, and a commission member of the Global Esports Federation. As a native German living in Switzerland, she is driven by her passion for sports, ethics, and innovation, and a strong advocate for a new understanding of leadership in sports, which is inclusive, cross-hierarchical, team-oriented, and with a cooperative approach, and a strong innovation focus.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

FIA conference 2021 - Promoting diversity within sports

Panel discussion around the importance of diversity within the sports industry. Why allyship is important, especially for women in the workplace.

This talk is in: English