Tazeen Ahmad Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, Death, Net Worth

Tazeen Ahmad
Tazeen Ahmad

Tazeen Ahmad Bio

Tazeen Ahmad is a reporter for both American television news and British TV. She also is the former NBC News and BBC reporter, has died on 6 November 2019 at the age of 48. She was born in 1971.

Tazeen Ahmad Career

She is an experienced broadcaster, journalist, and writer who has presented and reported for programs right across radio and television.

Tazeen has been a reporter in news and current affairs in television and radio for over 17 years, which includes working for NBC, Channel 4, and BBC 5 Live and on Radio 4 as well as the World Service.

Tazeen has won Asian Media Awards and Royal Television Society awards. Ahmad has also been nominated for BAFTA awards. In 2009, Tazeen published her first and only book, The Checkout Girl. The book saw Ahmad recount her time working in undercover in a supermarket for six months during the recession.

Ahmad was also the founder of EQ Matters, an emotional intelligence consultancy business that has helped hundreds of senior leaders, teams, and executives succeed in pressurized, driven, and creative environments, according to the company’s website. Ahmad founded the company in January 2016.

Tazeen has also reported for BBC on BBC One’s Election night and other radio and TV documentaries. Most recently, she has been working for C4’s Dispatches and NBC News. She was also a presenter of 60 Seconds and The 7 O’Clock News on BBC Three.

She has also made several documentaries for Channel 4’s Dispatches program, which include investigations into sex gangs in the UK, exposes the world of fashion, credit cards, and the cosmetics industry as well as British schools, among others. She has also reported for the BBC Inside Out.

Death and Cause

Tazeen Ahmad has died on 6 November 2019 at the age of 48. Her death was confirmed in a heartbreaking Facebook post from her niece, which was posted on November 7. Nida Hassan wrote in her post that in addition to all of her aunt’s professional achievements, that Ahmad was a doting mother to two of most intelligent, kind, young boys I know, and a pair of cats.