Hanieh is an energetic, passionate and confident individual who oozes personality when speaking or presenting. Hanieh was inspired at an early age to become a speaker and presenter after giving her first presentation aged 7. It was at this time that she started to understand the dos and don’ts of presenting.
Judges in a Cumbrian Dialect Competition declared Hanieh first in a competition after finding it extremely interesting that a girl whose first language is not English is able to speak an old English dialect. This was quickly picked up by local newspapers and ITV news allowing Hanieh to make the headlines.
In 2002, Hanieh attended Roehampton University and it was here that she decided her dream to become a presenter and speaker was one not to be tampered with and chose to prepare and deliver presentations for her assessments. Hanieh has completed many other projects such as reporting from Screen Nation Awards for Whoa! TV, MOBO TV and was a regular on the BBC Asian Network Forum. She was also a finalist for the MSN Movie Competition as well as appearing on MTV and ITV News.
Today Hanieh is a speaker & trainer and holds a BA Hons degree in Media and Cultural studies. Her mission is to change people’s lives so that they can defeat any public speaking fear or reservation they may have and move on with pure confidence.