Kayla Grey (born 1993)
In 2018, award-winning journalist and racial-justice advocate Kayla Grey became the first Black woman to host a national sports show in Canada. She regularly speaks on racism in Canada and in sports. Grey began her broadcasting career as an analyst for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and various university varsity sports. She then moved to Winnipeg, to work as a Digital Broadcast Journalist for Global News. Her next move took her to Prince Rupert, BC to become a senior reporter for CFTK-TV news. In 2019, working for TSN, Grey reported on the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA championship run. Grey has received many honours, including:
 The People’s Choice Award in the TV Personality category in By Blacks Magazine, 2019.
 Being named to Chatelaine’s 2020 Women of the Year list.
 Being named one of Refinery29’s PowerHouse Women of 2020.
 Woman of the year in Post City Magazine in 2020.
 Women of Influence recognized Grey as one of the Top 25 Women of Influence in Canada for 2021.
 In 2022, Grey received the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television’s inaugural Changemaker Award at the 10th Canadian Screen Awards
A graduate of Toronto’s College of Sports Media, Grey was born and raised in Toronto.

(Source: TSN, kaylagrey.com)