Eleni Giokos Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, CNN, Greek, Salary and Net worth

Eleni Giokos Biography

Eleni Giokos is a well-known American journalist, she is known for being a news anchor and correspondent for CNN based in Dubai. Giokos is one of CNN’s most versatile correspondents, she joined the network in 2015.

Eleni Giokos Education

Giokos a Degree in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of Witwatersrand.

Eleni Giokos CNN

CNN anchor and journalist Eleni Giokos is stationed in Dubai. She has more than 15 years of experience working in television, digital, radio, and print media, having been born in Greece and reared in South Africa. She joined CNN in 2015 as one of the network’s most versatile correspondents.

Former South African President Jacob Zuma and former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan were among the leaders of state questioned by Giokos. Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund; Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank; and Richard Branson, founder of Virgin; as well as a ‘who’s who?’ of Africa’s most prominent business leaders, including Aliko Dangote, Tony Elumelu, Patrice Motsepe, and the late Bob Collymore, are among the names on her list of business and economic interviews.

She has reported from Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, and Zimbabwe, as well as Rwanda, Senegal, Ghana, Lesotho, and other African countries, for CNN. She has reported from South Korea and Kazakhstan on the developing linkages between Africa and Asia, as well as went to the United States to report from Washington, DC, and anchored shows from the network’s London, New York, and Atlanta headquarters.

Giokos began her career as an anchor and journalist at CNBC Africa in 2005, before moving on to eNCA, a 24-hour news station. She covers business stories as well as breaking news, including as Oscar Pistorius’s murder of Reeva Steenkamp and the Westgate Mall attack.

She has covered major global events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos and the United Nations General Assembly, as well as moderated debates at Davos, WEF Africa, the International Monetary Fund, the African Finance Corporation, and the Africa CEO Forum.

Eleni Giokos Salary

Giokos receives an annual salary of $75,000.

Eleni Giokos Net worth

Giokos has an estimated net worth of $350,000

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Eleni Giokos Age

Giokos is 40 years old as of 2021.

Eleni Giokos Height

Giokos stands at height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Eleni Giokos Family

Giokos has not revealed any details concerning her family.

Eleni Giokos Husband

Giokos is married to George Chatzicharala, the two  got married on 30 July 2015, in Athens.

Eleni Giokos Greek

Giokos is a Greek American national in the United States.

Eleni Giokos Articles

Would we have Omicron if Africa could make its own vaccines?
At the end of November, I wrapped up the last of my work commitments in Johannesburg and prepared to head to the airport, ready to return to my new home in Dubai. I’d been presenting an awards ceremony for journalists in South Africa, lamenting the fact that it was being held virtually. I had become used to the freedom many of us have begun to enjoy as restrictions ease. Just a week earlier, I had been at the Intra-Africa Trade Fair in Durban, attended by around 15,000 people with renewed optimism.

Restoring the pine forests of Greece’s Evia lost to wildfires

A family moves out of the fire zone with their parakeet after a forest fire broke out in Markati village of Keratea town near Athens, on August 16. Getty Images Wildfires have ravaged more than 50,000 hectares on the islandIn a blackened, desolate orchard on the Greek island of Evia, Vaggelis Georgantzis walks to his last remaining pine tree. “This is the last one I own,” he says, softly.

The nightmare of Greece’s Evia, an island devoured by flames

At times it feels like the air itself is burning here on Evia. The smell and taste of smoke is ever-present; ash falls from the sky like sinister confetti. At the edge of the forests, being devoured by flames as tall as the trees themselves, exhausted firefighters mingle with desperate villagers. United in their struggle against this relentless, ravenous enemy, they fight to defend their land, their homes, and their livelihoods. For many, the battle has already been lost.


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