Maggie Murphy is Director of Communications for Equal Playing Field, a global initiative that seeks to promote opportunity, equality and respect for women and girls in football. In a professional capacity, Maggie is Director of Public Policy at the Sport Integrity Global Alliance, tackling corruption in sport. Previously she worked for Transparency International, the world’s largest anti-corruption organization and Amnesty International on human rights issues. She feels strongly that corruption in sport strips away vital resources from grassroots – meaning that millions of young people miss out on its positive benefits. In 2018 she helped organize Equal Playing Field’s climb to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, with a team of 30 women from more than 20 countries. There they laid a full-size football pitch and a played a 90-minute, FIFA regulation match, successfully setting a brand-new Guinness World Record for the highest altitude football match ever played. Maggie continues to be part of the Equal Playing Field leadership team, setting another world record in 2018 – for the lowest altitude football match ever played and is currently planning a third Guinness World Record for 2019.