Nneka Elliott

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Nneka Elliott is a reporter/anchor at CP24. Previously she was a weather anchor, reporter and traffic specialist at CP24 from July 2008 until May 2011 (then leaving to pursue other goals. She lived in St. Vincent and the Grenadines before moving to Canada. She graduated from Ryerson University's radio and television program in Toronto in 2006. Previous to joining The Weather Network, Elliot was a reporter, audio editor and anchor for CFRB in Toronto. Elliot has also co-hosted a weekend radio program at HITZ FM in St. Vincent and wrote for its news station. She has an interest in geography and climate, and continued on to work for The Weather Network. She was also a member of Canadian Idol's top 100 in season 2.

Most recently, Nneka was part of the CP24 team, working as a weather/traffic specialist from July 2008 until she announced her resignation from CP24 on election day May 2, 2011 [1]

Nneka has announced that she would start her own media skills development company called The Media Huddle based in Toronto. It services media professionals to develop various skills to hone their brand in the media world while connecting with other media professionals. The seminars have featured speakers: Trey Anthony, Tavis Smiley, Danielle Restivo from LinkedIn Canada, Social Media guru Donna Messer, and Dalton Higgins.

The Media Huddle was launched in May 2011 with a party in Toronto. Guests included Dwight Drummond, Rosey Edeh, Dalmar Abuzeid, Divine Brown and more.

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