Tiffany is one of Australia’s leading sports presenters and producers, with a media career spaning two decades and three continents across television, film, radio, print and digital.
Tiffany is the host of Channel 9’s Women’s Footy show and recently hosted Channel 10’s health and fitness show, Everyday Health. She is an AFL boundary rider for Melbourne’s leading radio station, 3AW, opinion writer for The Age, and is the business development manager for the Australian Prostate Cancer research centre.
Having started her television career at channel Seven, Tiffany worked for CNN in both Australia and the US as a presenter, producer and reporter, before setting up ESPN’s Melbourne bureau and moving to Connecticut/NYC in 2008 as the network’s Australian SportsCenter anchor and producer. Tiffany co-hosted the Logie and Astra award winning London Summer & Winter Olympic games for Foxtel; was the AFL’s first female boundary rider; one of the original faces of Fox Footy channel and; Sky News national, week nightly sports presenter.
Passionate about diversity and helping drive social inclusion and equality, Tiffany launched her own company, Cherry Picked Productions, and has created television and on-line content, as well as produced and hosted her own sports radio show, The Hen House for SEN. In 2013, she created Token Blokes, a corporate/charity golf day designed to foster workplace gender equality.
Among Tiffany’s list of achievements:
- Qualified physiotherapist – worked private & public health system
- First female physiotherapist employed by Richmond football club
- MBA graduate – Innovation and Leadership, 2016 Canberra Uni
- Australian Institute of Company Directors member
- SEA Board member – Sports Environment Alliance – with Malcolm Speed
- Steering Committee, Essendon Football Club Gender Equality
- Ambassador Australian Prostate Cancer Research and children’s charity, Koala Kids