“Presenting is a career that comes naturally to Kenzie”

Having come from a sporting background, Kenzie’s presenting career started in 2015 when, at just 19 years old, she was named the new matchday presenter for Premier League Football Club, Southampton. Still fronting their media output to date, she is a talent trusted with high pressure situations in front of live audiences numbering in the tens of thousands.

Her enthusiastic ability on camera and outstanding fan engagement has seen Kenzie become a regular on the mic at Wembley Stadium, where she presents all of the England internationals as well as major Cup Finals. This role led to Kenzie being named the official England pitchside presenter at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

Kenzie’s first TV job came back in 2017 on Nickelodeon which kick started her career in children’s television. From 2018 onwards, she became a familiar face on CBBC, where she hosted the weekly Match Of The Day Kickabout programme and Can You Kick it? As well as appearing on the likes of Blue Peter and CBBC HQ. 

As well as a wealth of experience as a pitchside presenter and childrens TV host, Kenzie has an impressive resume in a live studio setting. She has fronted a YouTube series for the Premier League since 2020 alongside the likes of Alan Shearer and Ben Foster and has presented from the famous SW19 postcode, creating content for the official Wimbledon channels at the prestigious Championships.

“Her always-happy
disposition is contagious”

In cricket, Kenzie has worked on The Hundred since the inaugural edition of the tournament was announced in 2019, coupling stadium hosting duties with content creation. She also regularly presents at various ODI’s and T20 series.

Kenzie can also be spotted up and down the country working on the rugby, whether that be an international fixture or at the popular London 7s.

Away from sport, Kenzie also hosts a weekly interactive show for micro-learning platform, PepTalk. Here she has interviewed some of the worlds smartest experts and successful individuals, including Pandit Dasa, Jonny Wilkinson and Jenson Button.

Other credits of note include becoming a TEDx speaker in 2022, working with the likes of JD Sports and PUMA and presenting at the Vitality Netball Superleague and UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.

Through her various roles over the years, Kenzie has interviewed some of the worlds biggest stars, including Harry Kane, Ben Stokes and Andy Murray.

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