In a matter of a few months, WeWork, a real estate startup that provides co-working spaces worldwide, went from a valuation of $47 billion to $10 billion. What came in the way of WeWork’s success?
Digital Broadcast Journalist
Sharmeen Somani is a reporter for Global News Weekend, Global TV’s national weekend morning show. Somani reports on national stories that air across Canada. These stories can be found on Amazon Prime, the Global TV app and on the Global News YouTube channel.
Somani has been with Global News since 2017. She started off at Global Kingston as a local news reporter, where she had the chance to fill in as a weather specialist and co-host on The Morning Show on CKWS. A year and a half later, she joined the national online original content team in Toronto, where she put together original national and international stories for Global’s digital platforms. She landed her role as a digital broadcast journalist for Global News Weekend in July 2020.
Always being versatile, she learned the ins and outs of a newsroom at CTV London. During her time there she edited stories, built and took graphics to air, worked the audio boards and filled in on the writing, assignment and weather anchor desks.
Somani spent some of her most memorable years at Wilfrid Laurier University, where she received her B.A. in communication studies. She did her postgraduate studies in broadcast journalism at Seneca College in Toronto.
In her free time, Somani loves spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors, taking dance and hot yoga classes as well as being an avid traveler.
As Canadians think about who they will vote for in the upcoming federal election, there is one generation that has the potential to heavily influence the outcome.
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A study out of Northwestern University finds that race may be a reason why some people aren’t getting callbacks during the hiring process.
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