Tania Bryer is a British born television broadcaster with a wealth of experience.
Tania hosts and is Executive Producer of the critically acclaimed series 'CNBC Meets..', where she gets up close and personal with some of the world's most inspirational figures to find out the secret to their success and how their philanthropy transforms lives. Amongst many others for the Series she has interviewed President Bill Clinton, Sir Richard Branson, President Jimmy Carter, Melinda Gates, Andrea Bocelli, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Maria Sharapova, will.i.am, Sherry Lansing, Naomi Campbell, H.R.H The Duke of York, Dolly Parton, Tamara Mellon OBE, Andre Agassi, Lang Lang, Diane von Furstenberg, Jon Bon Jovi , Aerin Lauder, Matt Damon, Cherie Blair CBE QC and Forest Whitaker, with contributions from Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Angelina Jolie, Sean Penn, Quincy Jones, Chelsea Clinton, Tom Cruise and Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Tania is also an anchor on 'The CNBC Conversation' series which sees her interview newsmakers including H.S.H Prince Albert of Monaco, Former South African President F.W de Klerk, Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Hollywood icon Goldie Hawn, Fashion titans Karl Lagerfeld, Dame Vivienne Westwood and Tom Ford, LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, Comedian and author David Walliams and Sir David Tang, as well as hosting news specials for the network with guests including Beyonce, Usain Bolt, Kate Moss, Sir Elton John and David Furnish, Nadja Swarovski, Christopher Bailey and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Tania also appears weekly on Sky News Sunrise and has contributed on Radio 4's Today programme, ITV's This Morning and has appeared on BBC's Celebrity Masterchef and as herself in a cameo on the US television drama, The Royals.
A highly skilled presenter and moderator, Tania hosts a wide variety of international events and Forums including the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Awards, the Women of the Future Awards and The Women's Forum in Deauville. She moderates debates at The World Economic Forum in Davos and chairs numerous panels for charities and organisations including Invest Africa, Intelligence Squared and The Philanthropreneurship Forum.
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