Liz Deep-Jones is an established journalist, television presenter, media commentator, author and public speaker.
With drive and commitment to succeed, she firmly believes – and encourages audiences to believe - that anything is possible as long as you are passionate, persistent and have fun trying to get there.
Liz Deep Jones became a popular TV identity as the presenter of a nightly sports news program on SBS TV for close to ten years. She broke barriers as the first female journalist to deliver sports news updates for the 'On the Ball' football program. She also created, produced and presented "the Glamour Game" television segment which delved into the lives of famous footballers on the world stage.
Her career highlights include reporting on the 1998 FIFA Football World Cup in Paris and the Sydney 2000 Olympics where she met her idol Nelson Mandela.
She's also reported for the indigenous national news program, 'Living Black', produced the Deadly Awards at the Sydney Opera House and produced highlights packages of the Australian Tennis Open for overseas television networks. Liz has also released her first novel for kids called 'Lucy Zeezou's Goal'. The book includes the inspirational stories of the Matildas.
Liz is a professional yet down to earth MC whose friendly personality and warmth has audiences and guest speakers immediately at ease. With over ten years experience in the media, she is highly competent and comfortable on stage, whether speaking from an auto cue or working without a script.
Liz Deep Jones has hosted functions for companies including, Optus, ASMA, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Women in Television Awards and Sydney FC’s Chairman’s event.