Helen Dalley is one of Australia’s most prominent Journalists with over three decades’ experience as a television journalist, presenter and interviewer on Australian Network television, at both the leading Nine Network for 20 years, and more recently at national 24-hour subscription news organisation Sky News Australia, Sky News Business and APAC.
Helen Dalley is currently working with Sky News Business channel’s Your Money - the joint venture television channel between Nine Entertainment and News Corp, hosting coverage and interviewing for various live business and industry events.
Helen is a highly sought- after presenter, MC and Conference/Panel/Forum Facilitator, working with some of Australia’s largest companies, financial services groups and major industry organisations, as well as major charities and not-for-profits, actively helping them engage with their audiences and deliver their messages to the community.
Helen is integral part of multiple not-for-profit organisations. She is a Governor of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation, a major body actively supporting international and domestic research into Cerebral Palsy, which in turn has helped discover and make enormous strides in the early detection and improved treatment for those with cerebral Palsy. She is actively engaged in many of CPA’s community awareness and fundraising programs, and marketing initiatives as well, supporting Cerebral Palsy Alliance as well. In addition to this work Helen is also a Patron of Osteoporosis Australia, and is engaged in several of the public health and marketing initiatives of Osteoporosis Australia, the leading organisation to promote healthy bones and fewer fractures in the Australian community.
Helen is also freelance Travel Writer, and is a contributor to The Australian’s Travel and Indulgence Magazines
Education: Helen is a graduate of the Company Directors Course (GAICD), from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Media: Helen hosted several primetime interview, current affairs and news programs, such as “Late Agenda with Helen Dalley”, a national weekly political/current affairs program, “The Dalley Edition”, and the daily “News Now”, on Sky News Australia, as well as Host of “Trading Day”, “The Final Count, “Business View”, co-host of “Mundine Means Business” on Sky News Business Channel. Helen also presented “National News Sunday”, and was alternative host of “The Nation” and “Australian Agenda”. Her career at Sky News, spanned 11 years, across politics, business, economics and news.
Helen is a well-known presenter, during her two decades at the Nine TV Network, including 16 years as a senior Reporter, alternate host on the award-winning “Sunday” program, and was also a founding member of Channel 9’s “Business Sunday” as a reporter and occasional presenter, and was Host of “A Current Affair Summer Edition”. She’s interviewed many corporate CEO’s, economists and senior politicians about the economy, the Budget and a variety of corporate and industry issues.
She’s co-hosted several Live Federal Election coverages from the Tally Room in Canberra for both Channel 9 and Sky News; and co-hosted Sky News Business Channel's Federal Budget coverage over successive years.
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 p ... keep readingerson, rather than cover 20 or so personalities. Apart from that she was terrific. Asgard Wealth Solutions
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.
She was very good at managing the speakers and keeping to time. It added an extra level of professionalism. Thank you Helen