Angela is a lively and engaging MC and guest speaker. Whether it’s sport, gender equality in sport, feminism, politics, multiculturalism, education, health or books Angela is always on top of her game. She researches meticulously and then adds her trademark spontaneity and flair. Some of her recent events include the Women’s Leadership Symposium; Golf Australia Gender Equality Strategy Launch; VicHealth Book Club; Football Victoria Community in Business; Melbourne Writers’ Festival; 1800-Respect; Siemens Night of Champions; Western Health Service Awards; MCC Women in Cricket Breakfast (13 years straight!); AFLW Events; Word For Word Non-fiction Festival; JDRF Gala Ball; OTIS Foundation; RACV Club Remarkable Women Series; Australian Education Union Federal Women’s Conference; MVCC Business Networking Evening; Women in Construction Awards; SCA National Convention; McGrath Foundation High Tea; Australian Republican Movement Debate;The F Word: Sport, Sexism and Feminism at The Wheeler Centre; and Victorian Sport’s Iftar Dinner.
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Telephone: 0434 534 871
Take a look at what others have said about Angela.
“Superbly hosted by @angelapippos as usual.”
Peter Filopoulos – CEO Football Victoria
“Angela was a joint winner of VicHealth’s inaugural award for outstanding reporting of women’s sport in 2018 – testament to her many years as a sports journalist, presenter, author and documentary-maker and how influential this work has been in promoting gender equality in sport.”
“We have worked with Angela across many different events over the last few years. She is a fantastic MC, very easy to work with and always creates a professional and dynamic atmosphere on stage.”
“Ange has been a very popular and long standing host of our traditional ‘Women in Cricket’ Test Breakfast held on the second day of the Boxing Day Test match each year. Ange’s bubbly and professional presentation is always a feature of the breakfast and her interviews with guests are conducted in a very engaging and insightful manner while regularly laced with a good deal of humour. She also develops great rapport with the audience and our members always know they’re in for a good time with Ange controlling the lectern.”
Melbourne Cricket Club