Gillian Kemmerer | Sports Journalist


Gillian Kemmerer is a sports and business journalist whose work has appeared in both video and print around the world. Her journey began at the age of nine, when she first wrote to Comcast Sportsnet asking for an on-air job.



New York, NY, USA



Moscow Saint Petersburg
Davos Rio de Janeiro
London Beijing
Shanghai Hong Kong
Paris Geneva



Summer Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro (2016)
WEF Annual Meeting, Davos (2017, 2018)
FIFA World Cup, Russia (2018)
KHL, Moscow (2018-2019)
Kunlun Red Star, Beijing & Shanghai (2019)



Liz Claman, Primetime Anchor, Fox Business
Larry Kudlow, White House Advisor & CNBC Host


Notable interviews

Alexi Lalas, US National Soccer Player & Fox Analyst
Alexei Kovalev, Olympic & Stanley Cup Champion
Anthony Scaramucci, Trump Insider
Bill Browder, Activist and Author of Red Notice
Caroline Wozniacki, Australian Open Champion
David Villa, World Cup Winner & FC Barcelona Striker
Gabby Douglas, Olympic Gymnastics Gold Medalist
Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi, UN Secretary General on Trade
Sergey Cheryomin, Moscow City Minister and Head of Foreign Financing for the 2018 World Cup
Tony Meola, 1994 U.S. Men’s World Cup Goalkeeper

While regrettably there were no openings available at that time, veteran hockey commentator Jim Jackson was kind enough to respond, and has remained a mentor ever since.

Gillian began her journalism career in the world’s toughest sport: Wall Street. She broke scoops on hedge funds with assets of $1 billion or more for Absolute Return, then a title of Institutional Investor. Her work led to invitations to moderate at conferences around the world from London to Hong Kong, and a rolodex of sources in the highest echelons of finance — many of whom remain major investors in sport.

Gillian moved to broadcast in 2016 as Anchor and U.S. Head of Programming for Asset TV, a business network broadcast on the Bloomberg Terminal. She was able to marry her twin interests in sport and finance with the debut of Sportfolio, Asset TV’s first channel dedicated to the business of sport. She covered the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on the ground, and interviewed many notable figures from gymnastics phenom Gabby Douglas to Australian Open winner Caroline Wozniacki. She secured Asset TV’s first accreditation to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, and led the outlet’s coverage there for two years—including a special on the financing of the 2018 World Cup. She co-hosted live events alongside Fox Business anchor Liz Claman and White House Economic Advisor Larry Kudlow, and reported from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

In 2018, Gillian was one of fourteen young leaders selected for the Alfa Fellowship—a prestigious professional placement in Moscow, Russia. She covered the FIFA 2018 World Cup and the 2018-19 KHL season. Gillian worked both as a video correspondent and producer for Kunlun Red Star, the KHL’s newest expansion team in China, and a hockey writer for Sport-Express, Russia’s largest sports newspaper. She became the first foreign journalist to author a cover story for Sport-Express in its 28 year history.

Gillian holds a Bachelor’s in Economics cum laude from Columbia University and a Master’s in International Management with distinction from the London School of Economics. She was a competitive archer in college and remains a not-so-competitive tennis player.


Video Portfolio


Sports & Finance Reporter Reel

KHL - A Day in the Life: Alexei Kovalev
Conceptualized, produced and hosted season one of a new program for Kunlun Red Star’s digital platforms. Check out parts two and three here.

KHL - Kunlun Red Star are back to Beijing
Take a tour of China’s quickly developing Olympic complex - and Kunlun Red Star’s new home.

KHL - Road Trip Preview
Live from Red Square - a quick look at how Kunlun will round out its last few weeks of the season.

ATV Live - Superbowl Finance
How would you spend a Superbowl bonus? Financial advisor to NFL stars Michael Bapis shares his best practices and gameday predictions.

Davos - World Cup: Investment Goal or Red Card?
Sergey Cheryomin is the Moscow City Minister in charge of procuring foreign investment for Russia's World Cup.