Helen Dalley is a Walkley Award-winning journalist and one of Australia's most experienced and highly respected TV journalists and interviewers.
Helen joined SKY NEWS in 2007 and currently anchors the primetime National News on SKY, and presents Election 2013 on SKY NEWS. Helen also most recently hosted Late Agenda on Sky and Business View on SKY News BUSINESS. She is the alternative host of The Nation on SKY NEWS.
Helen co-hosted SKY'S coverage of the 2007 Australian Federal Election and was part of the national coverage of the 2010 Federal Election, as well as the Federal Budget coverage for five years.
Helen has interviewed many business and political leaders, including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, in 2011.
An award-winning television journalist, she was with the Nine Network for two decades before joining SKY NEWS. A senior reporter and alternate host on the well-regarded, agenda-setting Sunday program for 16 years, her outstanding reporting and interviewing for the network was acknowledged with a prestigious Walkley Award in 1999 with the judges commending her versatility and the wide range of stories she covered.
At Nine, Helen Dalley was a host of the network's coverage of the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington.
A founding member of Nine's Business Sunday as a reporter and occasional presenter, as a finance journalist Helen interviewed business leaders, economists and senior politicians about the economy.
She also hosted Today, A Current Affair - Summer Edition, Today On Saturday and Nightline during her time with the Nine Network, as well as playing a major role in Nine's federal and state election coverage, both as a panel interviewer and reporter.
Before television Helen was with Australian Consolidated Press, first as Beauty Editor with The Australian Women's Weekly before a New York posting, writing for The Weekly, The Bulletin, Cleo and Australian Business magazine. She completed a short, intensive business journalism course at Columbia University.
Helen began her career in the print media. In 1979 she freelanced, writing sport feature stories for the former weekly newspaper The National Times.
She is a patron of Osteoporosis Australia and was named one of Australia's 40 Most Inspiring Women Over 40 for 2013 by Prevention Magazine.
Helen Dalley holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in French from the University of Sydney and has a wide range of experience in hosting, facilitating, interviewing, guest speaking and top level MC and corporate work. She has hosted prestigious events such as The Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, as well as the Bulletin/Qantas Businesswoman on the Year Awards.
Client Comments for Helen Dalley
Helen Dalley travels from New South Wales Australia
- I would like to thank you for your participation at the Tax Office's Senior Executive Conference we held in April 2007. Your Master of Ceremonies style was professional, intelligent and engaging and was a major influence on the overall success of the conference.
The conference was very successful and there have been many positive comments from participants about the high standard of the guest speakers. Your contribution helped us achieve the purpose of the conference, which was to discover and think about the future of the tax system and administration and to build a stronger sense of community among the Tax Office's senior leaders.
Australian Tax Office
- I thought Helen was very personable and her presentation very well modulated etc. She could have probably focussed on say 5 people that she interviewed and gone into greater depth on each person, rather than cover 20 or so personalities. Apart from that she was terrific.
Asgard Wealth Solutions
"Thank you for your assistance in providing an extremely positive conference."
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