Kasia Madera has an international following as one of the main television presenters on BBC World News, which has 76 million viewers worldwide.
From breaking the news of Nelson Mandela's death on BBC One to securing the first international broadcast interview with Poland's new president, Kasia is as much at home in the studio as she is in the field.
A highly experienced conference host, Kasia was described as 'simply fantastic' by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives when she hosted their annual gathering at The Savoy. During a Q&A with her BBC colleague Michael Buerk, the BMA Business Conference said she was 'wonderful', responding to the organisers' needs.
Glamorous, knowledgeable and confident, Kasia has been the host of the International Association of Press Clubs' black tie Freedom of Speech Awards for the third consecutive year. She was thrilled to be asked to compare the Sparks Children Charity's Christmas Carol Concert with impressionist Jon Culshaw.
Kasia's Polish heritage and bilingual language skills means she regularly appears on Polish television and has been featured on the front cover of a number of magazines. Respected within the Polish community in the UK, Kasia is a regular commentator on related issues.