Tiffany Cherry created history as the first female boundary rider/on ground commentator for the AFL. She has since hosted the Winter Olympics for FOXTEL and Australian Open Tennis for US network giant, ESPN to a projected audience of 60 million viewers.

A talented athlete, Tiffany trained with Olympic gold medallist Cathy Freeman and grew up dreaming of one day wearing the green and gold for Australia. She represented her country in both athletics and triathlon, but realised in her early twenties, her calling was in hosting the Olympics rather than running.

Her journey to realise that dream has taken Tiffany to all corners of Australia and across the world. From working at her local newspaper, am radio station and country television network, Prime in Albury, to Channels 7,9 and 10, as well as Foxtel, SEN and the world’s leading sports network, ESPN.

A qualified physiotherapist and masseuse who ran her own business and was the first female to work as a physio for the AFL’s Richmond Football Club, Tiffany has also been able provide a point of difference in the field of sports reporting and presenting when it comes to injuries.

Her journey to follow her passion also includes documentaries and movies, as well as television and radio production. She is currently working on an Indigenous Football project and after two years working in Connecticut and New York for ESPN, Tiffany re-joined Foxtel in July 2009. She will continue her role as major events host for The New Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and The London 2012 Summer Olympics.

As a guest speaker, Tiffany’s presentation includes:

-Audience participation

-Inspirational stories

-Her step by step guide to realising your dreams