Maxine Mawhinney is an award winning journalist and broadcaster with a career spanning four decades. From Belfast, her career began in newspapers then moved to broadcasting for BBC, ITN, SKY, GMTV and Reuters, based in Ireland, London, Tokyo, Frankfurt and Washington DC. She became one of the most recognisable BBC TV news anchors on BBC News at One, BBC News Channel and Dateline London. Career highlights include covering the Clinton presidency and the death of Princess Diana. Recenlty, at the age of 60, she started a new career as a keynote speaker, event host, panel moderator and interviewer. She also produces and anchors her own interview programme The Moment with Maxine Mawhinney. Maxine is currently writing her first novel. Maxine is a sought after keynote speaker, event host, panel moderator and interviewer.
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