Teresa Kruze, is a Canadian Broadcaster, Producer, International Speaker, best-selling Author and Media Specialist. Born in Calgary, AB, she became one of Canada's first female sports broadcasters when she was hired by TSN, The Sports Network in 1986.
Kruze was born in Calgary, AB (nee Hergert) and is the Great-Great Granddaughter of Sam Livingston, one of Calgary's first settlers. She graduated from Western Canada High School and the Southern Institute of Technology where she studied Cinema, Television, Stage and Radio Arts.
For fourteen years, Kruze worked at TSN covering all sports as an anchor, reporter and producer mentoring many young women along the way. Over the years, she has also worked at CTV/CP24, CityTV, YesTV, WTSN, The Biography Channel, CKPG, CBC Calgary, CFCN (CTV) Calgary, 680News, and Metro News.
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Kruze has worked with many charities and groups including Abuse Hurts (The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness), the Newmarket Youth Leadership Group, Think First, Special Olympics Canada and the Alberta Children's Hospital.
Canadian Member of Parliament's Medal for Volunteer Service, The Peter Armstrong Award of Excellence, Voice of Courage Award.
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