Moana Hope is an Australian rules footballer and media personality. She was born on February 14, 1988, in Melbourne, Australia. Moana is of Samoan and Italian descent and has 13 siblings.
Moana started her football career in the Victorian Football League (VFL) playing for St Kilda.
She later played for Collingwood in the AFL Women’s league, where she was known for her exceptional ball skills and kicking ability.
Off the field, Moana is known for her advocacy work for gender and racial equality, mental health awareness, and support for the LGBT+ community.
She has also been a vocal advocate for increasing the visibility of women in sport.
Moana has appeared on a number of TV shows, including Australian Ninja Warrior and Celebrity Apprentice Australia. She also hosts her own podcast, “Moana and Friends.”
In 2019, Moana married her partner, Isabella Carlstrom. The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Svea, in March 2020.
Moana Hope parents: Who are Moana Hope’s parents?
Moana Hope’s parents are Tui and Rosemary Hope. Tui is of Samoan descent, and Colleen is of Italian descent.
Moana has also credited her parents with instilling in her a strong work ethic and a commitment to family and community.
Her parents have been supportive of her football career and her advocacy work, and they have often appeared with Moana and her siblings in media interviews and public events.