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Reporter and Presenter, ITV Central and Daybreak
Louisa currently works for ITV as a reporter and presenter for the Daybreak breakfast programme and Central News in the Midlands, currently she’s either in the studio presenting the news, or out on location filing reports. Louisa is an experienced producer who films and edits her own material, she has previously worked on BBC Radio and at Breakfast With Frost.
As well as volunteering with Media Trust, Louisa also works with Cancer Research UK on training their Race for Life organisers to work with the media and with Keele University as a mentor to sixth form students with an interest in journalism.
Louisa’s experience of volunteering with Media Trust:
Louisa started volunteering as a Media Trust Youth Mentor in 2009 and has since worked on half a dozen projects with young people in the Midlands who were producing their own films. Four of the projects were part of Talent Studio and Louisa also spoke at a celebratory Talent Studio screening event in Birmingham in 2010.
“I got involved in Media Trust because I wanted to do something productive with my time and learn something myself in return. I had done volunteering before, but this time I wanted to get involved with something that would make the most of my specific skills.
I have worked with several very different groups of young people, but what they have all shared is an amazing energy and creativity which has impressed and inspired me. It is a great feeling to see them achieve so much more than they thought they could, and to observe how that affects their confidence and self-esteem. I have learnt a lot and had some of my own preconceptions challenged.