Alison Mau

Profile

MC, Presenter, TV & Radio Host, Speaker

With more than 20 years at the top of the television news and current affairs in New Zealand, Alison Mau is one of the country’s most recognised and respected faces.

In two decades at TVNZ, Alison hosted a wide-variety of shows including Newsnight, TVNZ Breakfast, Fair Go, Seven Sharp and One News at Six. Currently, Alison is an executive producer and columnist at media website Stuff.

A self-proclaimed feminist, Alison has lead a team of journalists at Stuff in the ongoing national #metoonz investigation into sexual harassment. Based on the global #metoo social movement, the Stuff project was launched in 2018, to give a public platform to those who had suffered sexual abuse and wanted their voices heard.

Alison’s skills from television, radio and journalism transfer seamlessly to her MC and speaking work. Clients are regularly delighted by her ability to engage even the largest of audiences, which is one of the reasons she is in such high demand. As well as decades of experience hosting New Zealand’s most glamorous events, Alison has made a speciality of conference MCing, with some of the best live interview and panel discussion skills in the country. Most recently, Alison had become highly sought after as a keynote speaker on diversity and inclusions, for corporate conferences and team gatherings.

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Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Skills

Compere/MC, Live Performance Host, Panellist

Interests

Broadcasting, Current Affairs, Fashion, Food & Wine, Health & Lifestyle, Interviews, Research, Travel

Testimonials (13)

International Women's Day - April 2021

We were incredibly fortunate to have Ali Mau lead our International Women’s Day 2021 staff event. Ali’s connection with the 2021 theme ‘Choose to challenge’ was prevalent as Ali shared her story and reasons for setting up the #MeTooNZ movement, as well as the impact on her and others. Ali was warm, approachable and friendly prior to, during, and after the event. Attendees valued Ali’s openness as well as her mahi in this important area. Thank you Ali!

Nikki Thomas | Director, Organisational Development and Wellness

University of Waikato