With 20 years experience working in the media across both radio and television, Beverley O'Connor brings a unique perspective and refreshing energy to her MC or hosting duties.
Beverley specialised in economics and politics, reporting for ABC Radio and Television and is currently a presenter of ABC Television's International News Service. She can be seen on News 24 and on ABC News Breakfast as a regular fill-in.
Over the years Beverley has combined her passion for sport with presenting when she assumed the anchor position for the Seven Network after presenting Saturday Afternoon Sport for several years on the ABC.
Beverley was the first female director of the Melbourne Football Club, where she served for nine years, seven of those as Vice-President, the only woman to hold this role with an AFL club.
Beverley is a Life Governor of the Drug and Alcohol Foundation, having served six years on the Board and is an Australia Day ambassador, campaigner for breast cancer awareness, and ambassador for children's charities Variety and Ozchild.
Beverley brings an insightful, entertaining and engaging perspective to all manner of corporate and community functions.
Client Comments for Beverley O'Connor
Beverley O'Connor travels from Victoria Australia
- By far the best MC experience I've ever had. Beverley was unbelievably good to deal with. Very patient during technical hitches that made sound check drag on. Very professional, and really bought a lot of her own personality to the gig. Took the time to move around the room during meal breaks an talk to guests, and then integrate their stories into her presentation. After the formalities were over she stayed around for ages, even hitting the dance floor with guests. She was a huge hit!
Jump Media & Marketing
- Would use Beverley again as (she) understood and delivered brief perfectly.
The Event Management Group
- Beverley was a great MC for our event. She was extremely approachable, worked extremely well with the committee, was well prepared and briefed and engaging.
Darebin City Council
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Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia
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