Former British broadcaster Sherine Tadros' enthusiasm in helping people through various humanitarian activities seemed to have had impeded her love life. Her philanthropy led her to have a furtive married life, yet to be noticed by her fans and followers.

Sherine Tadros is the head representative of the NewYork based UN office, Amnesty International. The humanitarian with a heart of gold is set to join Gaza: In Between Hope & Despair, a discussion series on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and how our community can respond to a calamity, which is always on the brink of igniting.

A step for public welfare:  Sherine Tadros features on an advertisement of discussion series on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza hosted by Islamic Relief Canada on 18th September 2018. (Photo:

The program hosted by Islamic Relief Canada will be held on the 16th of September 2018 at Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Canada. With her thoughtful and intelligent broadcasting, Sherine has also received numerous awards including the Breakaway Award as an Al Jazeera correspondent, having worked throughout the Middle East.

Sherine Tadros’s Bio: Birthday, Parents, Nationality

Born to British parents, Sherine Tadros celebrates her birthday on every 18th October. However, her age is unclear since there is no information regarding her birth year.

Anyway, it has come to the limelight that Sherine possesses British nationality while belonging to the white ethnicity. Sherine graduated with a degree in Middle East politics from the SOAS University of London and later got a master’s degree in the same field.

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Her Multiple Professions; Broadcaster, Human Rights Advocate

Sherine first began her career with Al-Arabiya network as a producer before joining Al Jazeera in 2005.

She was a foreign correspondent for Al Jazeera English, serving in Beirut, Jerusalem, Gaza and Cairo and also a news anchor in Doha, Qatar. She was an integral part of the network’s coverage of the ‘Arab Spring’ reporting extensively from Egypt, Libya, and Yemen in 2011. 

With her dedication and skills, Sherine became a Middle East correspondent and anchor for Sky News. In the role, she led investigations and presentations of several human rights and conflict issues across the Middle East and North America region and set up as a Bureau Chief, the Sky News first office in Egypt.

Later, her bio turned from journo to humanitarian after she joined the UN's Amnesty International at New York as the head of the office in August 2016. She was one of only two foreign reporters inside Gaza throughout the Israeli war on the Strip in 2008-2009; her work earned her several award nominations including an Emmy.

Stand Tall: Sherina Tadros addresses to the UN council on the occasion of Human Rights Day. (Photo: Sherine's Twitter)

Her works alongside the UN can be seen vastly through her numerous Twitter posts where she is seen advocating for equal rights, peace, and prosperity.

Acquired Various Awards For Humanitarian Work

Sherine Tadros main aim in life has always been to help the ones in need, to act as a voice for the voiceless, and not collect awards and accolades. Her humanitarian work, however, has been internationally recognized.  As an internationally praised journalist, Sherine’s recent recognitions embraces numerous nominations and awards.

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In 2009, Sherine got nominated for The International Emmy Awards for coverage of the 2008 Gaza conflict, and the Monte Carlo Award for an exclusive story on the Samouni family killings in Gaza.

Sherine became a central part of the network’s coverage of the ‘Arab Spring’ reporting extensively from Egypt, Libya, and Yemen in the following year. She also accepted a Peabody Award on behalf of the Al Jazeera English, presented for the coverage of the "Arab awakening" in 2011. 

After a year, in 2012, Sherine won the Breakaway Award, which spotlights capable younger journalists, at the 8th annual International Media Awards in London.

Furthermore, Sherine earned the Bayeux-Calvados War Correspondent of the Year in 2015, and in 2016, became the nominee of the Royal Television Society International News Coverage Award.

Is Sherine Tadros’s Married With Husband?

When it comes to professional life, Sherina Tadros's life is like an open book. But as for her love life, she has kept it all to herself. Sherina has never spoken publicly about her relationships past or present. 

Whether or not Sherine is married or is in a relationship is a question all of us followers have to ponder. Only time will give us the slightest hint about any aspects of Sherine's relationship matters.

Probably, Sherine is focused on her professional life as she is in the place of high responsibility, and doesn’t want buzzes to spread around it. Though Sherine does not share the glimpses of her love life through her social media, she timely shows her concern regarding her parents despite not revealing their identity. 

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Previously, in one of her tweets posted back in 2012, Sherine expressed how sad she felt to see the walls of her family home covered with anti-Morsi graffiti.

Urge for the family on Twitter: Sherine reveals her family home got covered with anti-Morsi graffiti in December 2012. (Photo: Sherine's Twitter)

Well, keeping most of her life details close to her heart, Sherine is evidently accumulating success via journalism, and its quite likely that she will earn more of the stardom and success in the forthcoming years.  She has shown the world that through constant perseverance and will, everybody's voice can be heard regardless of their background.