Saima Mohsin Biography
British journalist, Saima Mohsin is currently an International Correspondent for CNN based in Bangkok, Thailand. Besides CNN, She is known for being the news reader and reporter at BBC News 24, Sky News and ITN. Beautiful Saima who looks more beautiful with a dimple on her face. She spends most of her childhood days in U.K and received her formal education. It is believed that her ancestors were Asian. Regarding her nationality, she is British and belongs to white ethnicity.
These days, she is in her late teens but till now she has not revealed anything about her personal life matters like her love affairs, married life and also about her loving spouse.
Saima is the graduate of the University of Birmingham with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in political science. She also completed her postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism the following year.
Then she began her career as a freelance writer at BBC World Service and Greater Manchester Radio. In 2000, she finally got her full-time job of the producer in ITV Meridian. She also worked for BBC News 24, Sky News and ITN not in the permanent deal but as a freelance reporter.
Saima Mohsin stands smart, beautifully with a medium height and charismatic personality. Mohsin net worth is estimated to be high accumulated from her notable and high salary as a journalist.Edit
Born in UK
Beautiful Saima who looks more beautiful with a dimple on her face is a British national and it seems like she was born in United Kingdom as she spend most of her childhood days there and she also received her formal education there. It is believed that her ancestors were Asian.Edit
Graduated from University of Birmingham
After graduating from her secondary school, she joined University of Birmingham and majored in political science with English literature. She finally earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in 1998 and then she completed her postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism the following year.Edit
Joined ITV Meridian
She began her career as a freelance writer at BBC World Service and Greater Manchester Radio. In 2000, she finally got her full time job of producer in ITV Meridian. Few months later she was made the presenter and reporter at the same station.Edit
After spending a year in ITV Meridian, she joined BBC and began reporting and presenting the show BBC Points West. Then in 2006, she joined GMTV. One of her most notable work there was covering the stories of Mirza Tahir Hussain.Edit
Became the face of Dawn News
The stories she covered for the Mirza Tahir Hussain, gave her lots of opportunities in her life. In 2007, she became the face of Dawn News after she moved to Pakistan. These days, she is an International Correspondent for Pakistan on CNN.Edit