Helen-Ann Smith is a news correspondent at Sky News.
She has covered stories including the 2016 US presidential election, the zika epidemic in South America and Tim Peake’s launch to space.
In the UK she has investigated regional housing crises and uncovered long stays in child mental health units.
With a special interest in climate change and the environment, Helen-Ann was the instigator and architect of the Sky Ocean Rescue campaign and produced three hour-long documentaries on ocean health.
She has won multiple awards including a Golden Nymph and a Press Association award, and she was shortlisted for the RTS young talent of the year 2018.
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