Lyse Doucet Biography
Lyse Doucet an American journalist serving as the chief international correspondent for BBC News for nearly three decades. She covered stories in the Middle East, North Africa, Islamabad, and Amman, Jordan among other places.
She is as well an author, with her first published book, “Remarkable: Five Women Who Dared to Make a Difference,” back on December 6, 2018.
Lyse Doucet Age
Lyse was born in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada on December 24th, 1958.
Lyse Doucet Height
Lyse stands tall at a height of 5 ft 3 in/1.6 m
Lyse Doucet Family
Lyse grew up in a family of four, together her beautiful sister Andrea, a sociology professor. More information bout her famly are publicly unavailabe, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Lyse Doucet Husband
Lyse information about her love life information bout her famly are publicly unavailabe, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Lyse Doucet Education
Lyse joined Queen’s University and later earned her degree in 1980. Later she joined at the University of Toronto and later earned a Master of Arts in International Relations in 1982.
Lyse Doucet Salary
Lyse earns an estimated annual salary of $98,320.
Lyse Doucet Net Worth
Lyse’s estimated net worth is $6 million.
Lyse Doucet Career
Lyse serves as the chief international correspondent for BBC News and having reported for the station for nearly three decades. She serves as a regular anchor for BBC Newsnight. Lyse previously hosted “Arab Spring,” which aired in the Middle East and North Africa.
She served as a BBC Correspondent in Islamabad as of 1989 to 1993 before relocating to Amman, Jordan. She as well spent four years in Jerusalem as of1995 to 1999.
She has served as a presenter on the network from 1999. She is as well a writer, with her first audiobook, “Remarkable: Five Women Who Dared to Make a Difference,” released back on December 6, 2018.
Her book if of two hours and thirteen minutes to listen to. She penned interviews she conducted with female prominent leaders over the years in her book. Monica McWilliams, Madeha Al Ajroush, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, Shukria Barakzai, and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf are the five women featured in her book.