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Helen Fospero is best known for her sofa appearances on ITV’s GMTV, Lorraine, BBC One’s The One Show and regularly in Dictionary Corner on Channel 4’s Countdown.
Helen Fospero is a trusted and familiar face on British TV. She is an accomplished awards host and conference chair with a background in journalism.
Helen followed in her father into journalism, working on regional newspapers and Fleet Street. Her break in television came when she was approached by Sky where she was a reported and presenter, hosting live 24 hour news.
She was ITV’s United States of America correspondent based in New York for three years, during which time she covered presidential elections and was the only British television journalist who witnessed the twin towers come down in New York on September 11th. She then spent the next year reporting the terrorist threat.
Helen is an ambassador for Barnardo’s, Britain’s leading children’s charity. She is also an ambassador for London’s Air Ambulance.
Helen is an experienced well-liked facilitator and host for corporate events. Recently some of her clients have inclued Rolls Royce, TransCity Rail and Hyundai.
Helen is equally comfortable grilling politicians and those from the business world as she is with celebrities.
Helen is a very experienced corporate presenter. She’s hosted major events for blue chip clients that include Barclays, General Motors, BMW and a variety of pharmaceutical companies.
Fitch Live for General Motors
Cognitive Publishing for TransCityRail
Barclays UK Retail Bank