Angela Pippos is a journalist, TV and radio presenter, producer, documentary-maker, gender equality advocate and author.

She has written, directed and produced two television documentaries about the rise of women in Australian Rules football: League of Her Own, which aired on the Seven Network and Heroes, which screened on the ABC. Her third documentary is currently in development.

In 2017, Angela released her second book, BREAKING THE MOULD Taking A Hammer To Sexism In Sport. It provides a fascinating insight into the changing Australian sporting landscape. It’s on its third reprint and made the Prime Minister’s Summer Reading List!

Angela presented the sports segment on ABC TV News in Victoria for almost a decade. Last year she returned to the ABC as co-host of Saturday Grandstand alongside Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann.

Angela has an Honours degree in Politics from the University of Adelaide.

She’s a fanatical Adelaide Crows supporter.

For more information contact:
Christine Zollo
Phone: 0434 534 871
Email: chriszollo71@gmail.com

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Delighted to have Natasha Stott Despoja AM launch Breaking The Mould in Adelaide.

The book tour continues…

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Archivist Media made this video about what drives me to be a strong voice advocating for women in sport. Enjoy!

Angela Pippos – Being The Change You Wish For The World from Archivist Media on Vimeo.

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When it comes to successful Australian sportswomen it’s hard to top Lauren Jackson. Thanks for the endorsement on the front cover. What joy!

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Two brilliant women you want in your corner.
Thank you Clare Wright and Kate Jenkins for launching my beautiful blue book.

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