Helen Hardy joins Doyenne Sport
We are delighted to welcome presenter and broadcaster Helen Hardy to the Doyenne Sport team.
Helen is a trained actor who specialised in TV, film and radio at the Guildford School of Acting. She is a passionate women's football fan, though can occasionally be found at St James' Park supporting her childhood club, Newcastle United!
In 2019, Helen co-created the hugely successful 'Two Girls World Cup' podcast, which ran throughout the Women's World Cup. Post tournament, she continued the podcast as 'Two Girls Talk Balls', co-hosting ten episodes covering the FAWSL.
Helen appeared regularly on BBC 5Live during the Women's World Cup, as well as on BBC Scotland, BBC 5 Counties and on TV with BBC News North West. She co-hosts a weekly show on Gaydio NW, focusing on women's football, as well as producing her own content for her social media channels.
In December 2019, Helen produced a feature podcast focused on the Stonewall Rainbow Laces Campaign. The 45 minute episode includes interviews with some of the WSL's biggest stars; representatives from Stonewall; and members of LGBTQ+ supporters groups from around the country. You can listen on Spotify here.
'I'm so excited to continue my footballing career with Doyenne Sport and I'm looking forward to seeing what the future holds. I hope I can continue to be involved in women's football for a long time to come. What an exciting time in the history of the sport and I'm absolutely delighted to be involved in it's journey."
'We are thrilled that Helen has chosen to join the Doyenne Sport team at such a crucial point in her broadcasting career. She is a talented and knowledgeable presenter, with a wealth of industry experience already behind her. She's ambitious, with an incredible passion for promoting the women's game, and we look forward to helping her achieve her potential in the coming months.'
Lucas Mee, Director and Co-Founder
Welcome to the team, Helen!
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