Working as a host, whether at an event or a livestream is passion of mine, for sure. Clients include Club Wembley, Football Black List (FBL Talks), FARE network, Arsenal FC and many others. Some examples below.
British Rowing: Black History Month 2020
Meet Tinashe, Maia, Donna and Christian. Four remarkable black individuals who love rowing, either as an athlete or coach.
As part of a Black History Month (UK) special, I spoke to the quartet about making the sport more diverse, their unique rowing journeys and black rowing experiences for British Rowing.
Careers in Sport: webinar 2020
During the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown, I hosted four brilliant Careers in Sport webinars on Sports Science, Sports Business, Sports Media and Sports Coaching. A real delight speaking to our talented guests dropping valuable gems about their sports careers!
Careers in Sport is a platform giving reliable sources of information and guidance for people looking to develop their sporting careers.
Kick it Out: Women’s Raise Your Game 2020
Hosted the Kick it Out: Women’s Raise Your Game Conference (March 2020) at Stamford Bridge Stadium, home of Premier League football club Chelsea.
This is a unique event designed for Women who wish to forge a career in football or explore alternatives within the game.
Club Wembley host for Carabao Cup Final 2020
I hosted the Bobby Moore room for Club Wembley members at the Carabao Cup League Cup Final 2020 between Aston Villa and Aston Villa. Joined by our wonderful guests and former players Gabby Agbonlahor and Shay Given.
Sports Journalism Awards 2020 (presenting award)
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) Clean Sport Seminar 2019
Hosted the UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Forum 2020 for a second year in row at Edgbaston stadium in Birmingham. The conference began with a warm welcome from UKAD chairTrevor Pearce CBE QPM.
She Got Skills women football tournament 2019
Kick It Out ‘Raise Your Game’ Conference supported by the Premier League 2019
Hosted the iconic Kick it Out Raise Your Conference with BT Sport presenter Jules Breach at the Emirates stadium, home of Arsenal FC in London.