Stacey Morrison

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Stacey Morrison
  • Skills:
    Keynote Speaker, Speech Writer, Judge, Live Performance Host, Debator, Improvisor, After Dinner Speaker, Panellist
  • Interests:
    Broadcasting, Maori Culture & Language, Fashion, Music, Film & Television, Sport, Race Relations, Health & Lifestyle
  • Location:
    Auckland
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Stacey is one of New Zealand’s most popular TV and radio personalities. Currently hosting the Classic Hits Auckland radio breakfast show she is an experienced TV presenter - best known as host of Mai Time, Headline News, Test the Nation, The Sex Life of Us and It's in the Bag. Stacey is a professional and experienced MC and compere; her CV includes The Maori Sports Awards and the Maori Media Awards, The Young Sports Person of the Year, Style Pasifika and Vodafone. As a role model to many young women, Stacey is passionately committed to te reo and Maori Culture and champions the fight against breast cancer. Her interests vary from being mum to three small children, health and cooking to intrepid travel, current affairs, music and sport.

Testimonials

  • “Stacey handled the room like a pro. She was very well prepared and was able to relate to the group of 500 Female Silver Fern suporters which is not the easiest of crowds. What I was most impressed with was the way she interacted with the group and genuinely made the effort to chat with our guests. Stars Sport Tours & Events will not hesitate to use Stacey Morrison for any of our future events.”
  • - Netball world Champs 2007
  • “Stacey's enthusiasm and positive outlook on life is a huge influence on the young people that she speaks too at our events.I have no hesitation in recommending Stacey as an excellent communicator to an audience of all ages and a real pleasure to work with.”
  • Halogen Foundation
  • “It is my great pleasure as chair of the National Maori Cancer Coalition to provide a testimonial on behalf of Stacey Morrison. She was excellent in her role as facilitator of a session. She is someone we would also consider using in the future. Thanks for the opportunity of having these great Maori models represent us at our hui.”
  • - Edith McNeill NMCC-Chairperson