Laura Trevelyan is a BBC’s Anchor and correspondent based in New York. She served as the United Nations correspondent for the BBC from May 2006 to the Mid of 2009.
Early Life and Education
Laura Trevelyan was born on 21st August 1968 in Islington, London. She is the oldest of her three Siblings, Laura attended Parliament Hill School in North London.
She is a first class degree graduate in politics at Bristol University. Laura pursued a post graduate diploma in Journalism from the Cardiff School Journalism where she graduated in 1991.
In 1991, Laura began her career as a general reporter for the London Newspaper group. She joined the BBC in 1993 where she was given the role of a researcher for Breakfast news and also an assistant producer for News night.
In 1999 she served as a political correspondent for the BBC in London, Laura covered the United States presidential elections in 2004. She interviewed secretary general Ban Ki-Moon during her time as a correspondent at the United Nations from 2006 to 2009.
On leaving the United Nations she became a correspondent based in New York. Laura later joined the BBC World News America as an anchor and correspondent.
Person Life of Laura Trevelyan
Laura is the wife of former president of the ABC news James Goldston. They currently live in New York with their three sons.