Lyse Marie Doucet is a Canadian journalist who works as BBC's International Chief Correspondent. She reports for BBC Radio 4 and BBC News in the UK and presents on BBC World News television and BBC World Service radio.Early Life (Childhood)
She grew up in an anglophone family. She graduated in Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's University in 1980 and got a Master's degree in international relations from the University of Toronto in 1982.Interesting Facts
She is supporting for the working street children in Afghanistan. She is a Council Member of the International Council for Human Rights Policy based in Geneva and was a Council Member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.Personal Life
She is yet single, was never been married and has no any children. There is no any record of her past affairs as well. She has always been concentrated on her career and work so she might not have time for personal affairs.NETWORTH And ACHIEVEMENT
In 2007, she got the title of International Television Personality of the Year by the Association for International Broadcasting. In 2003, for being the News broadcaster of the year she was awarded with Silver Sony Award.Rumor
No any rumors or gossip is available on her. She wants her fans to respect her privacy.