Beverley O’Connor Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Kids, ABC News, Networth

Beverley O'Connor

Beverley O’Connor Biography

Beverley O’Connor is an Australian journalist and broadcaster who is the host of The World on ABC News.

Beverley O’Connor Age

She was born on 13th November 1962 in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa.

Beverley O’Connor Height

Beverly stands at a height of  5 feet 5 inches tall.

Beverley O’Connor Parents

Nothing has been mentioned about her parents or her siblings yet.

Beverley O’Connor Husband

Shre is married to his long-time boyfriend Doug O’Connor. No more details are known about her husband.

Beverley O’Connor Daughter

She is a loving mother to a daughter Scarlet O’connor.

Beverley O’Connor ABC News

Beverley O’Connor presents The World on ABC News 24. Beverley has been a journalist and presenter on ABC for more than twenty years. Her passion for her international news has led her to work for the Australia Network in recent years, broadcasting in Asia and the Pacific. She studied journalism in Johannesburg, drama, and ballet She later moved to Australia in the 1980s.

In 2013, Ella Beverley was the inaugural Asia Pacific Journalism Fellow, traveling and reporting from China. Before joining ABC, Beverley worked as a breakfast host on commercial radio and on Channel 7.

Additionally, she has worked for ABC radio and television since 1987. She majored in economics and politics and was a presenter on ABC Radio Melbourne for five years before moving to Seven Network in 2004. She was also a  Monday-Friday sports anchor on Seven News Melbourne until January 2005, when she was replaced by Sandy Roberts.

Beverly was the entertainment presenter for Seven Network’s Melbourne Weekender in 2006 and previously served on the Vega 91.5 FM radio breakfast crew with Dave O’Neil, Shaun Micallef, and Denise Scott. O’Connor herself read the news and traffic throughout breakfast hours until she resigned in mid-2007.
In 2008, O’Connor joined ABC News Victoria as weekend anchor, while Tamara Oudyn replaced weekend anchor Ian Henderson. She continues to be a regular filler anchor for the newsletter.
In August 2014, O’Connor was named host of The World on ABC News 24, replacing Jim Middleton and Zoe Daniel.

Beverley O’Connor Sam Newman

Beverly held an interview with Sam in 2008. After a turbulent year, Sam Newman walked into the studio to speak with her as indicated by abc.net.au.
In this interview, Sam Newman shares his battle with cancer, what he really thinks about women and the aftermath of the Footy Show controversy.

Beverley O’Connor Melbourne Football Club

For 9 years, O’Connor was the first female director of the Melbourne Football Club, and the first woman to hold a vice-presidency role with an Australian Football League (AFL) club. In 2008, she stood down from the board, the year in which there was a challenge led by Jim Stynes.

Additionally, O’Connor has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Drug and Alcohol Foundation for six years. She is an ambassador for Australia Day and was a founding board member of the Sunrise Foundation, which helps top athletes fight depression.

Moreover, in 1998, O’Connor hosted the Ethnic Business Awards, a national business award that highlights the outstanding achievements of migrants and indigenous peoples in the business world. She hosted these awards again in 2000.

Beverley O’Connor Salary

She earns an approximate salary of $100,000.

Beverley O’Connor Networth

She has a networth accumulating up to $5 million.

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