Experienced TV journalist and host Susannah Streeter joins the GBS team

18th March 2019

Susannah Streeter is the anchor for World Business Report on BBC World Service and BBC World TV, delivering breaking stories and gaining insight into unfolding economic events from entrepreneurs, economists and analysts.

Prior to covering an international news agenda, Susannah was a regular face on BBC One Breakfast, reporting live from across the UK. She also reported for the consumer affairs programme Working Lunch and the BBC Budget programme.

Between 1997 and 2007 Susannah served in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, joining 7644 Squadron, a media operations unit, where she rose to the rank of Squadron Leader.

Susannah regularly hosts corporate events focused on international business themes and challenges and is an experienced moderator and speaker having worked on a huge range of events and speaking engagements. Specialist topics include Brexit and digital disruption.

Susannah is a fluent French speaker and has a hosted a major conference for the French company conglomerate Total and bilingual events in her role as UK representative for NATO’s Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers.

Live Events:

-Hosted the 2018 Review for oil and energy giant Total, in French and English in Paris.

-Anchored the 2018 Project Mindset interviews for EY in London.

-Presented at the 2018 Social Media Week/Business West with a fireside chat with CEO of This Mum Runs.

-Moderated at the 2017 International partner conference for Osborne Clark in Barcelona.

-Hosted the ICAEQ, Audit Quality Forum debates 2017 on expert opinion.

-Moderated in French round tables involving CFOs from companies across France on supply chain finance for Meet the Boss/GDS.

-Hosted the ICAEQ, Audit Quality Forum debates 2016 on inequality in Business.

-Moderated the financial regulation debate at law firm, Burges Salmon.

-Presented and developed a series of podcasts for London Business School. Interviewed academics on current affairs and research projects.