Meet Jon Kay's Wife, Francesca Kasteliz
Francesca Kasteliz, Jon Kay's wife, is a former journalist and BBC News correspondent. They met in a newsroom in Bristol in 1998 and have three children together.
She is a certified executive coach who helped design and oversees the BBC's nationwide training program for on-screen talent.
Kasteliz describes her particular passion as assisting women and young people in finding their voice on-air and in the television industry.
If you're a new or aspiring presenter, this free online workshop with TV talent coach Francesca Kasteliz is perfect for you. There will be a chance to build core skills with activities and a Q&A. Places are limited so book now: https://t.co/zZjrsY1GxY @TVcoachUK pic.twitter.com/Gs3tqDb6lC— ScreenSkills (@UKScreenSkills) April 23, 2020
She has worked as an on-air coach for the BBC's Expert Women and Expert Voices programs. As well, she was a mentor to final-year university students and a trainer for young journalists from throughout Europe.
As of now, she is a performance coach for some of the prominent names on TV. Whether it may be in the news, sport, documentaries, natural history, entertainment, science, and children’s TV across many channels, networks, and online, she provides guidance.
Kasteliz assists people to be more honest, engaging, and confident on-air. A session with her is often one-on-one and totally tailored to your specific needs.
Her website offers aid from Panorama to Strictly Come Dancing to A Place in the Sun, to be more honest, engaging, and confident on-air. Regardless of channel or role, whether you're a prime-time news journalist or fronting a glitzy floor show, you can take her coaching class.