Zoe is an engaging, sassy presenter and journalist with a keen interest in sport, music, fashion and society.
She has ample experience in broadcasting and international sport and brings a unique perspective, challenging the status quo.
Zoe is the presenter and producer of Fair Play, a podcast covering current affairs related to women in sport. It’s currently on RNZ and wispsports.com, the latter is one of the largest women in sport networks in the world.
She also smashes traditional cricket commentary for six in her role as co-host and producer on RNZ’s Not Your Average Cricket Show, making the sport and related issues accessible to a new audience.
She’s also a music journalist for RNZ Concert.
Education: She has a keen interest in the sociology of sport and is hoping to complete her masters soon.
Zoe also spent time working in international cricket as a communications advisor/manager and team manager. She travelled the world and has a few stories about life on the road and the challenges it brings.
In her spare time, you’ll find Zoe performing on stage in major musical theatre productions. She’s also performed with as jazz band as part of Napier’s Art Deco Weekend.
She currently resides in the North Island with her Maine Coon Leo, who provides plenty of fodder for an upcoming book.
Zoe is an excellent communicator with the ability to engage with the audience whether large or small. She’s comfortable behind a microphone, or mediating a panel discussion and she can hold a decent conversation on a range of topics drawing on her experiences in the media and sport.
“Zoe recently was the MC for the our Wahine Toa event. This event was about recognising the amazing women we have at LINZ, and Zoe did an awesome job in bringing out the greatest of our wom ... keep readingen - even when the women were reserved in telling their stories. Zoe made them feel comfortable and asked questions that brought out the real essence of their greatness. Zoe brought humour and energy to her MC role, and overwhelmingly supported the recognition of our amazing women. Thanks Zoe, you did an awesome job.” Land Information New Zealand