Hayley Quinn is an internationally recognised dating expert, TEDx speaker and start-up Founder. She teaches a unique and progressive approach to love and dating for men and women.
Hayley Quinn is an internationally recognised dating expert, TEDx speaker and start-up Founder. Her membership websites www.hayleyquinn.com, social media platforms and signature live training events teach her unique approach to love and dating to thousands of men and women.
She began her personal brand in 2013 as a reaction to encountering pick up artist culture. After graduating she began working as a blog ghostwriter for characters from the New York Times bestseller The Game. Her approach to love combines her knowledge of pick up social skills training with her passion for equality. She has used her personal brand to promote liberal, progressive values for dating and love; and her approach to dating comes from a distinctly feminist perspective: http://metro.co.uk/2017/01/11/dating-with-balls-could-a-feminist-dating-coach-transform-your-love-life-6370980/.
Her expertise have been featured on BBC 1 (expert on season Finale The Apprentice 2015), Channel 4 (Cutting Edge, Made in Chelsea), ITV (The Alan Titchmarsh Show), Fox and Sunrise on 7. She has recently appeared to discuss dating apps and culture on BBC World News, BBC Radio London and BBC Radio 4. Her opinions have been published in The Times, The Observer (NYC), Cosmopolitan, The Independent, and The Guardian amongst others.
Her YouTube channel has 13 million views and 86,000 subscribers. She has previously spoken at 2 TEDx events (Highbury, UK and Nevada, USA), after the success of her last TEDx talk (300,000 views and counting) she will be returning to Nevada to deliver another TEDx in January 2019.
She has also delivered guest lectures everywhere from universities (Warwick, Imperial College London, Trinity College Dublin) to the SAS, the Soho House group and the UK's largest business expo 'The Business Show' at the Excel Centre.
She would like to save the world one single person at a time, by letting them know they do not need a relationship to legitimise who they are, and that their identity is theirs to cherish.