Maxine has presented BBC Breakfast, she was Washington Correspondent for GMTV during the Clinton years, Ireland correspondent for SKY news during the troubles has worked for ITN, Reuters and Canadian TV. For 20 years she was a senior BBC TV News and current affairs anchor. Maxine began her career as a newspaper reporter, music journalist and all round rock-chick in Belfast (Eric Clapton sang Wonderful Tonight to her at a concert)
She has lived and worked in Ireland, UK, Germany, Japan and USA travelling as a foreign correspondent and single mother.
She is a senior faculty member of the Karolinska Institute University Hospital where she lectures in communications.
Maxine has a soft Northern Irish accent which is perfect for your voice-over needs.
Listen to VOICE OVER DEMO here
“Maxine was a brilliant host for our corporate event – it was a refreshing change to have a strong female leading the day! From start to finish, Maxine ensured the event ran smoothly and to time. Her experience as a live TV news anchor shone through when she facilitated the expert panel debate, asking the questions that the audience were all thinking. The audience feedback has been glowing and we look forward to rebooking Maxine for future events. Thanks so much once again!”
— Hollie Shenton, Inenco
'Maxine has the unique ability to engage the audience allowing them to feel part of the debate. She is also a genius at ensuring the debate flows, is comprehensible and relevant. She is a thoroughly delightful professional and one of the best brains in the business’
— Liesel Smith, Federation of Small Businesses
Maxine, many thanks for bringing such dynamism to the hosting of our conference and the moderating of the panel discussions in Baveno, Italy. You came fully prepared and ensured this was one of the most appreciated segments of our conference.
— Martin Price, Vice President EMEA, Janssen Pharmaceuticals
Maxine Mawhinney has hosted a number of events for the EU Parliament (European elections results night etc) and we have been absolutely delighted with her.She comes with a glowing reputation as a BBC journalist and anchor and it is well earned. She has displayed at all times the probing journalistic instincts and absolute impartiality which would be expected of a senior BBC journalist. She is thorough, polite, professional and a pleasure to work with.
— Riina Luik, European Parliament, London
House of Lords, 2016 conference on women
‘There was a real buzz in the room and everyone was thrilled to bits by your speech.’
— Baroness May Blood
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