Jess Rogers is a television presenter, broadcast journalist, entrepreneur, speaker, and content creator across the topics of adventure, sport, and sustainability.
As the lead arena presenter for England Netball internationals and the Netball Super League, as well as the Extreme E racing series, Jess is the face of Sky Sports’ Sustainability series.
Along with two friends, Jess is also the co-founder of Carbon Jacked, a successful environmental and sustainability start-up business. Together, they believe that “saving the planet shouldn’t be boring”, and their mission is to help sports, businesses and individuals combat climate change.
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Jess Rogers is an exceptional storyteller and content creator, aiming to make her sustainability messages fun, engaging and empowering in order to help people make a difference.
Founded in 2020, Carbon Jacked aims to make sustainability more attractive and affordable to individuals and businesses. Carbon Jacked has since been made a Peak Partner of the Peak District National Park Foundation. They have helped with projects such as Europe’s first carbon negative wine, business carbon footprint assessments for coat paints, Algbra, and Rathfinny Wine Estate, and provided player engagements for Netball Scotland and Y1 Sport.
Jess has always been a naturally sporty person, with netball, trail running and wild swimming just three of the pastimes she enjoys.
Below, Jess talks about sustainability for Sky TV:
After studying classical literature and civilisation, drama, theatre arts, and broadcast journalism at Birmingham University, she moved to Scotland and started working for Red Bull. She worked on their Soapbox event, on downhill mountain biking, and cliff diving. She even created a global network event, Red Bull Switch Up, which she rolled out worldwide. This passion for netball has stayed with her and she would go on to head up the Netball Super League at England Netball.
Jess is exceptionally interested in and passionate about women’s sports, and sits on the Advisory Panel for the Women’s Sports Collective. She recently worked on the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth games, where she covered rugby, cricket, and of course, netball.
Jess has the knowledge and the expertise to make her a powerful voice in the world of women’s sports, and the purpose and passion to make her a unique presence in the climate change and sustainability industry.
– Sports, including Netball
– TV Presenting
– Sport Presenting
– Sustainability and the Environment