Louise has many clients in the Technological and Scientific Industries. She can be seen hosting awards ceremonies, festivals, press conferences, product launches and moderating for a number of different clients at Forums and exhibitions. Whether it is giving speeches, interviewing, managing panel discussions or congratulating winners, Louise is professional, warm and a truly engaging presenter to watch.
Having prepared scripts and lengthy stage presentations, managed panel discussions, punctually connected to live feeds from across the world and conducted a number of interviews and introductions to audiences in their thousands, Louise has the skills to take on any live event successfully. Regular clients in this field include Samsung, Daimler and the European Space agency.
Louise has over 5 years experience of working as a broadcast journalist for DWTV – an international German broadcaster. With her open persona and engaging clear standard english voice she is in demand with companies around the world.
Louise is working with SPAsigma promoting their courses on negotiations and the Myers Briggs personality type awareness method. The courses are designed to help businesses progress and grow by using these techniques. The first episodes of the second season were shot in February with a new look and some hilarious topics of discussion. Nearly ...
Sentinel 5P (P is for precursor) sees air pollution brought into focus. This satellite aims to provide data continuity between the retirement of the Envisat satellite and NASA’s Aura mission and the launch of Sentinel-5. The mission will perform atmospheric monitoring and I had the pleasure of hosting the launch event in Noordwijk in October ...
This spring I have been working with Fortr3ss – a voice identification and password management solution. No more forgotten passwords, your unique voice can unlock the sites you need to get into without any hassle. You will see my face on their website and brochures in the coming months.
2017 saw the Satellite Masters Conference taking place in Tallin, Estonia. Held alongside European Space Week, everyone working in the space technology field was there. I held a discussion on 60 years of the European union and how strength in unity has helped further programmes in space technology on a global scale.