- Bio: Who is Maryam Nemazee?
- Age: How old is Maryam Nemazee?
- Al Jazeera Career
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Bio: Who is Maryam Nemazee?Maryam Nemazee is a well-known Iranian British broadcast journalist who is known best for her remarkable work on Al Jazeera and Bloomberg. With these channels, she has reported from Middle East, Asia, USA, and more. She received her education from Durham University in England. She graduated with majors in History and Politics. Eventually, she went on to join London’s City University from where she obtained her professional broadcast journalism training. Maryam Nemazee bio is available below.
Age: How old is Maryam Nemazee?Maryam Nemazee was born on 1st January 1976 in Iran. She spent most of her childhood days in Iran before moving to London. Maryam Nemazee age at present is 42 years.
Al Jazeera CareerAccording to Maryam Nemazee wiki, she went on to work for Al Jazeera English based in London. She went on to work as a presenter on its flagship, News Hour. While working there, she went on to do interviews with top politicians and business leaders. She is noted to have interviewed OPEC Secretary-General Abdallah Salem el-Badri, Federal Reserve Paul Volcker, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, and more.
Maryam Nemazee is known to have worked for Al Jazeera English based in Doha for more than four years. She is known to have worked on various stories regarding Israel-Palestinian conflict and Iran's nuclear negotiations. She has also worked on its global headquarters based in Qatar. She has also done assignments in the US and Asian broadcast centers of Al Jazeera English. Her work in the Middle East for Al Jazeera has been remarkable and noteworthy.
Maryam Nemazee worked for London based Bloomberg Television. She went on to do exclusive interviews and real-time analysis of breaking news regarding global markets. She is also noted to have worked on events of World Economic Forum in Davos, MENSA, COMESA and more. She has focused on subjects of Middle Eastern and African trade and investment. While in Bloomberg, she went on to anchor and report from Paris. She has also worked from New York and London while covering the LIBOR Scandal. She has also covered the Islamic finance. She has fronted many programs related to Middle Eastern events and stories for Bloomberg. While in Paris she went on to cover the election of the first socialist President in France. So, for more than 20 years, Maryam went on to report from Paris.