Jacqui Felgate

MC, Journalist and Presenter

As one of Australia’s best known personalities, Jacqui Felgate has close to 20 years’ experience across print, radio and broadcast media.

A multi award winning journalist, Jacqui was the first woman to host the Brownlow Medal count during a media career that spans two decades.

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The 39-year-old began her career at Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper, before moving to Nine News and Seven News as the Afternoon News presenter.

As a newsreader and political reporter, she covered some of Australia’s biggest news events including the Covid Pandemic, Black Saturday bushfires and federal and state elections, before transitioning into sport.

She has hosted major sporting events including AFL match day coverage, Grand Final coverage, Wimbledon and the Beijing Olympic Games.

She is a highly sought-after MC, working for some of Australia’s biggest companies and organisations including: NAB, Australian Football League, L’Oréal, Australia Post, BMW, Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Racing Victoria – Off The Track, Victoria Racing Club, Melbourne Racing Club, UN women, City of Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Week, St Kilda Mums and the Melbourne Press Club

A mum of two daughters, Jacqui is married to sports broadcaster Michael Felgate.

She enjoys spending time with her family, marathon running and riding her retired racehorse Red.

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