Tazeen Ahmad is a Bafta-nominated TV reporter, presenter and writer. She has worked at a senior level across all the major broadcasters for over 20 years including ITN, NBC, BBC and Channel 4. An award-winning investigative reporter for 'Dispatches' on Channel 4, a former foreign-correspondent for NBC News and a regular contributor to national newspapers and magazines, she is also the author of 'The Check-out Girl', published by Harper Collins which details her working undercover in a supermarket during the height of the recession.
She regularly sits as a judge on a number of international and domestic juries including BAFTA, Royal Television Society, Rory Peck Awards and One World Media.
Outside of journalism, she is the founder and director of EQ Matters, an emotional intelligence consultancy which has helped hundreds of senior leaders, teams and executives succeed in pressurised, driven and creative environments. Her life-long study in the world of emotional Intelligence and psychology make her one-to-one leadership & personal consultancy work, team workshops and talks particularly unique. She has also been an in-house Coach and Faculty member for 'The School of Life' where she runs some of her own workshops.
Tazeen is an experienced speaker and host of conferences and large events and is often invited to chair discussions and sit on panels.