Celia Hatton Biography
Celia Hatton hails from Great Britain is a famous British Journalist currently serving as an Asia Pacific Editor, and presenter at the BBC World Service in London City.
She also serves as a reporter, presenter, and News correspondent. Also, Hatton served as a reporter and relief presenter in various other countries including Canada and China.
Celia Hatton Age
Celia Hatton has managed to keep her age and date of birth away from the spotlight. However, a review regarding this matter at hand is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Celia Hatton Height
Hatton stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 inches.
Celia Hatton Education
She attended a local high school based in the United Kingdom. Celia obtained her graduation with a Bachelor’s degree in Politica Studies by attending Queen’s University based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Celia Hatton Family
Celia is a reserved person when it comes to details regarding her family members. However, information concerning this matter at hand is in progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Celia Hatton Husband
She has not disclosed any of the information related to her relationship status. However, we will share the details here once it is verified by confirmed sources.
Celia Hatton Salary
Celia earns an annual salary of $ 56, 708 per year. This is according to BBC World Service anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Celia Hatton Net Worth
Hatton has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Celia Hatton Career
At the very beginning of her career, Celia has in China served as a journalist and reporter doing both TV and Radio programs. Hatton has served as a China Correspondent for the U.S. public radio program called Pacific Time.
Also, Celia served in Canada and worked as a reporter for PBC Nightly Business Report, BBC World Service, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Not only did Hatton work as a reporter but also served as a news writer and producer at the City T.V. based in Toronto, Canada.
She is serving CBS News Network covering the China news since 2003 and started working as their News Correspondent on June 8th, 2009.
Celia has covered major events and happenings from the Asian Continent including the outbreak of bird flu in Vietnam, the earthquake on the island of Nias in Indonesia, the Cyclone in Myanmar, Mumbai terrorist attacks, and the ice festival held in China’s north region and many more. At present, Celia is serving as a BBC Journalist for BBC Network in London City, UK.