Louisa Pilbeam is a presenter and journalist for BBC Sport and BBC News.
You can see her presenting live from the BBC Sports centre in Media City and on location for BBC News, BBC News Channel, and BBC World News.
Before moving to the BBC, Louisa presented and reported for Sky Sports News and Sky News, ITV News and Channel 5 News.
Louisa has broken leading news stories on-air such as the British record £100 million transfer of footballer Jack Grealish to Manchester City, reported live on the Chelsea FC sanctions story and reported and presented on the football World Cup, rugby Six Nations, Autumn Internationals, and cricket, including The Ashes.
A popular conference host and live events host, Louisa has hosted events around the world, including the Malibu Games campaign alongside US actor and singer Nick Jonas in the Dominican Republic and Vietnam.
Louisa is a qualified journalist, gaining her NCTJ from the Daily Mirror. She has a 2:1 from the University of Southampton in English Literature and History.
She won a Gold Award for reporting from ITV News in 2016.
Louisa Pilbeam is available for event hosting, presenting and reporting roles.