Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's one and only, the hot and beautiful correspondent not only relished the vast amount of fortunes throughout her career but also the life taking risks, especially in the middle east countries.
Savoring a cherished career is one thing but risking own's life for the sake of career is far more dangerous to handle, which is successfully done by the correspondent for the CBC News, Nahlah Ayed.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Nahlah Ayed?
Nahlah Ayed accumulates the massive net worth from the professional career of being the foreign correspondent with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). As per PayScale, an average salary of the CBC Television is C$65K per year, which makes $49.36 in the United States. Therefore, concerning her career as a correspondent for CBC, she might have garnered the colossal amount of fortunes ranging in thousands and more value.
Glassdoor has set its fixation over the salaries of CBC Radio, Canada, which is $44,712 and she seems economically and financially successful throughout her career in media and networking.
She is one of the most expensive Canadian Journalist because her reporting news was hit in the world. So she is the most expensive and most rich media personality in whole Canada. By her tweets, she bought a new house just years ago, but she has not disclosed about the price. She also has owned a car and she earned much more money as well. She has the passion of jewelers and collects old ornaments, which she said in many interviews. So she much more amounts spent in the shopping. So talented and potential media persona will also earn much more amount in coming days.
Nahlah Ayed at her work in 2012 (Photo: Toronto Star)
Surprisingly, those first few lessons build up an autobiographical fame of the writer's childhood, years before Nahlah makes a name for herself as a war correspondent, the very beginner with the Canadian Press then with the CBC. Yes, her career began from Canadian press as a parliament reporter. But later in 2002, she joined CBC Network. She is the best reporter and a host of CBC, where she earned a Gemini Award nomination for coverage of Iraq war. She is also an author, she wrote the bestselling book "The Thousand Farewells". She holds the Palestinian ethnicity.
Low-Key Personal Life
Moving to her personal bio, she is among those media ladies who prefer to keep their personal life under the wrap. She has not revealed yet and also not disclosed any of her past relationship on the wiki. Also, it is hard to know if she has been dating someone or has a boyfriend. It also hard to say about either she has been married or had a husband or divorce. When it comes to her private life, she likes to keep tight-lipped about it. Because nothing is known about her relationship status, she was more than often rumors to be lesbian. But she never accepted about the rumors, she always ignores that. However, she doesn’t seem much bothered by the rumor and Nahlah has not said more on the topics. She always seems to be concentrating much more time on her career and works. So, she has no more time left personal life
Complicated Connection With The Middle East
In 2004, a year after the fall of Saddam Hussein's legacy in Iraq, Nahlah headed to the Khathem Shrine in Baghdad to view once-forbidden public displays of Shia Worship where the bomb exploded killing numbers of worshippers inside. Nahlah herself had a narrow escape from being shot.
And two years later, while traversing the Lebanon War in 2005, she once again had a narrow escape as she returned to her Beirut apartment to find it shattered from a bomb. If she had been there a day earlier, as scheduled, she might not have survived. For nearly six years, she had been engaged in violence. The next year, she left. "What I'd like to do now if I can, is continue going to troubled places but to come back to a safe place."
Later, she mentioned that she would never live in the middle east country reflecting her hard escape from the deadly violence and terror.
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Nahlah Ayed was born in mid-1970 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In 1976, when she was the just age of 6, her parents took Nahlah and her siblings from Winnipeg, Canada, to Jordan, where her parents' family languished in Amman's Al-Wihdat refugee camp. She graduated from Carleton University School of Journalism, where she graduated in the subject Journalism. And she also awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Law in 2007.
She has a pretty body figure with perfect seductive body measurements. She is standing with tall height and average of weights. She also has fit and fine and well-maintained body shaped. She is active on the social network sites, especially the more active on the Twitter, where she has a huge fan following.