Presenter/ Reporter. Forensic expert and former Crime Scene Investigator
Alex Iszatt is a first class speaker and journalist, and has reported across the world for news agencies including the BBC and ITN, producing documentaries, short and long form packages and being part of an award winning team.
She is also a specialist in finance and economics having hosted a weekly business show in Latvia and Geneva and, using the knowledge gained within the industry, has reported at world-renowned conferences.
With a background in forensics, and a career as a crime scene investigator she has been called on as an expert on numerous radio and TV shows, offering her take on the psychology behind the crime. Accomplished in public speaking Alex has worked on the corporate circuit, as a continuity presenter as well has hosting and moderating conferences, corporate videos and media training interviews. With her background in news presentation, Alex is equally at home hosting entertainment events.
Alex Iszatt received an honours degree in Psychology and Criminology from Coventry University. In addition, she acquired journalistic and technical skills at the BBC Training Academy.
As a speaker she covers a wide range of topics, given her highly diversified professional career. By blending her skills in finance, tech and crime she has worked with the Metropolitan Police and the Home Office to gain a deeper understanding of cyber-attacks, cybersecurity, biometrics, and terror related offences and can speak confidently on the topics. Given her work as a crime scene investigator, her university degree and three years writing in forensic magazines, Iszatt shares her impressive expertise in crime-related topics such as forensics, criminology. In addition, her extensive experience in the information industry has made her a qualified speaker in topics like economics, fintech, biometrics and cloud computing.
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