in Guyana, Noelle Richardson moved to Canada in her
teens, and later earned a bachelor’s
degree in sociology from the University of Windsor.
began her broadcasting career in 1983 with Toronto’s
CFMT-TV, and moved to the CBC four years later. She remained with the network
for nearly a decade, eventually earning a high-profile slot as news anchor
for the series Midday. She has also anchored for CTV News 1 (now CTV Newsnet).
For the past seven years, Richardson has worked internationally as a diversity
consultant for major corporate clients.
serves on the board of directors for Literature for Life, an organization
that promotes reading and poetry writing for teenage mothers.
Says Sadia Zaman, VisionTV’s Executive Producer, In-House Production: “Noelle
is a gifted broadcaster, and is passionate about promoting respect and appreciation
for cultural and spiritual diversity… she has a combination of intelligence,
enthusiasm and warmth that engages viewers in the stories we tell.”