Nahlah Ayed Bio, Age, Education, Family, Husband,CBC, Salary, Twitter

Nahlah Ayed Biography

Nahlah Ayed is a journalist. She is currently working with the Canada Broadcasting Company as a foreign corresponded. She is a veteran in reporting many events happening throughout the world and she has her fair share in covering conflicts across the Middle East.

Nahlah Ayed Age

She was born in 1970, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Birthsign not available. As of 2019, she is currently 49 years.

Nahlah Ayed Education

She got her degree in journalism from the school of journalism and communication, Carleton University.

Nahlah Ayed Family

Her parents took Nahlah and her siblings from Winnipeg, Canada, to Jordan, where her parents’ family languished in Amman’s Al-Wihdat refugee camp.


Nahlah Ayed Husband

She is one of those few people who like to keep their personal life personal. Even though she is very active in social media, especially on Twitter, she made no posts about her personal life or her relationships with anyone.

Nahlah Ayed CBC

Nahlah Ayed started her career as a parliament reporter for the Canadian press. She is one of the reporters who dedicated their life to report the Middle East conflicts and one of those few reporters who witnessed the Arab uprising from the beginning.

Ayed’s interest in covering the Middle East stories made her quit the job in Canada in 2002, then she started working as a freelance reporter.

She traveled the Middle East extensively covering vast areas. She managed to contact the leaders of many groups and successfully interviewed them.

With her dedication towards her work, she soon got hired by CBC. She also wrote a book called A Thousand Farewells: A Reporter’s Journey from Refugee Camp to the Arab Spring in which she shared her experiences and views on the Middle East conflicts.
‘We welcome her home’
Ayed has covered major world events for nearly two decades in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

For the last seven years, she was based out of CBC’s London bureau. While there, she covered Brexit, the European migrant crisis, the conflict in Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea, and other major news stories of our time.

She also spent nearly a decade in the Middle East, based out of Amman, Baghdad, Beirut, and Cairo.

While I’ve investigated the why, how, what, when and where, I’ve had a burning ambition to go deeper.
– Nahlah Ayed
Earlier in her career, Ayed was a parliamentary reporter for The Canadian Press.


Ayed’s work has been recognized with three honorary degrees and a number of journalism awards, including a Canadian Screen Award for best reportage, Canadian Association of Journalism awards for photojournalism and human rights reporting, and the Radio Television Digital News Association’s.

“I have dedicated my career to discovering the world, covering some of its most intense moments,” Ayed said. “I have had the rare privilege of witnessing monumental events up close, learning about the ideas and movements transforming the world first-hand.

“While I’ve investigated the why, how, what, when and where, I’ve had a burning ambition to go deeper. I am passionate about the opportunity to finally connect the disparate dots and to marshal all my energy to uncover the critical ‘why.’”

Nahlah Ayed net worth/salary

As per PayScale, the average salary of CBC Television is C$65K per year, which makes $49.36 in the United States. She is one of the most expensive Canadian Journalists because her reporting news was hit in the world. She is getting good pay from her career

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