Lyse Doucet Biography
Lyse Doucet is a veteran journalist who has been the chief international correspondent for BBC News for nearly three decades. While working for the network, she has covered stories in the Middle East, North Africa, Islamabad, and Amman, Jordan among other places.
She is also an author, having published her first book, “Remarkable: Five Women Who Dared to Make a Difference,” on December 6, 2018.
Lyse Doucet Age
Lyse Doucet was born in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada on December 24, 1958. She is 63 years old.
Lyse Doucet Height
Lyse stands at a height of 5 ft 3 in/1.6 m tall.
Lyse Doucet Family
Lyse was born and raised in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, by her loving and supportive parents. She grew up in a family of four, alongside her beautiful sister Andrea, who is now a sociology professor.
Lyse Doucet Husband
Despite her celebrity, Lyse has managed to keep her marital status a secret. As a result, it is not available to her whether she is single, dating, or married. However, you can expect to be kept up to date on the situation as soon as she makes the information public.
Lyse Doucet Education
Lyse enrolled at Queen’s University shortly after graduating from high school and received her degree in 1980. Later she enrolled at the University of Toronto, where she earned a Master of Arts in International Relations in 1982.
Lyse Doucet Salary
Lyse pockets an annual salary of $98,320.
Lyse Doucet Net Worth
Lyse’s estimated net worth is $6 million.
Lyse Doucet Career
Lyse is currently the chief international correspondent for BBC News and has been reporting for the station for nearly three decades. She is a regular anchor for BBC Newsnight. Lyse previously hosted “Arab Spring,” which aired in the Middle East and North Africa.
She worked as a BBC Correspondent in Islamabad from 1989 to 1993 before moving to Amman, Jordan. She also spent four years in Jerusalem, from 1995 to 1999.
She has been a presenter on the network since 1999. She is also a talented writer, with her first audiobook, “Remarkable: Five Women Who Dared to Make a Difference,” released on December 6, 2018.
Her book takes two hours and thirteen minutes to listen to. She documents 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.