Nicole Webb is a former News Presenter on Australia's 24 hour news channel Sky News. With a wealth of experience behind her, Nicole has worked in media for over 15 years.
Starting out as an 'on the road' reporter with NBN Television in regional NSW, Nicole went on to spend a decade at Sky News in the fast paced world of live television.
During her time at Sky, Nicole gleaned experience in all facets of television from producer of the channel's first business program to Executive Producer of Sky Programs... which included political programs such as Australian Agenda, the nation's first talkback TV show Willesee Across Australia, Health News, The Book Show and Showbiz.
Being a Kiwi, Nicole was asked to return to her roots in 2004 and present New Zealand's nightly Prime News bulletin on weekends out of Sky's headquarters for three years, before going on to present around the clock news bulletins on Sky's main channel.
During her time as a national news reader, Nicole covered stories spanning tragedy to triumph across the globe.
She has been privileged to meet people from all walks of life and regularly interviewed senior political figures, including the Prime Minister to every day Australians and international celebrities.
In 2006, Nicole accepted an ASTRA award on behalf of Sky News for the channel's outstanding coverage of the deaths of Australian legends Steve Irwin and Peter Brock, for which she was on air for no less than eight hours straight.
In 2007, Nicole took time out to work in an orphanage in Kenya where she wrote, filmed and produced her highly praised documentary Wide Eyes, Open Arms, Volunteering in Kenya.
In late 2010, Nicole relocated to Hong Kong with her hotelier husband and had their baby girl, Ava.
Alongside raising her little girl, Nicole's engaging, warm and professional personality has seen her in demand as a master of ceremonies, panel moderator, media trainer, presenter and writer across this dynamic, vibrant hub known as Asia's World City.
Nicole has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Journalism, Public Relations and Tourism.
"Alice and Nancy were very professional and helpful and answered every question our organisation had. Even though we had a slight mishap which was out of everyone's control (Dr Michael's flight was delayed for about four hours) Nancy called me straight away to talk about alternative options and swiftly organised a partial refund for the service he was not able to provide. We were very grateful for this level of professionalism! Thanks so much!"
Albury Wodonga Regional GP Network
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