Faustina Agolley is the host of Australia's most watched music program Video Hits, a role she has had for four years. The job has seen her interview some of the world's biggest entertainers including the Black Eyed Peas, Alicia Keys, Kayne West, Jack White, Muse, Green Day, Rihanna, Dave Grohl, John Paul Jones, Sinead O'Connor and Neil Finn.
Jacqueline conceived Operation Angel to champion the needs of women and children in war and disaster zones. She continues this relief work in Australia and internationally during times of natural disaster and emergency, alongside her scores of volunteers. For her efforts in the aftermath of Queensland's recent cyclones and floods, she was given that State's Disaster Hero Medal.
Video Hits:Video Hits is the longest running music video program in the world to an Australian audience that averages over 1.3 million viewers each weekend. Over the years Faustina has covered live television events include Make Poverty History where both U2 and Pearl Jam performed live, National Youth Week and the Australia Day concerts.
TV:Prior to Video Hits, Faustina enjoyed a modeling career and was a guest presenter on Channel [V] and the host of gadget and game review show, Cybershack, where she road tested the latest gadgets and games from around the world.
Faustina has also hosted TEN's coverage of the New Years Eve Fireworks, appeared on Talking 'bout Your Generation, Good News Week and Spics and Specs as a guest panelist.
Education:Faustina holds degrees in Media and Geography from the University of Melbourne and RMIT University. She advocates her passion for the environment and development by being the spokesperson for World Environment Day, Coastcare, Together.com and Reconciliation Australia. Faustina is a patron of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation ambassador for Cancer Council's Girls' Night In and for the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation.
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