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Sharri Markson is a renowned Anchor and Investigative Journalist at Sky News Australia.
Sharri’s program leads Sky News’ weekday primetime line-up, delivering captivating political news and thought-provoking stories. Since 2018, the political and investigative journalist has hosted her own show, titled “Sharri”, on Sky News which previously aired on Sundays and as of February 2023 airs 5pm AEST Monday-Thursday.
With extensive experience at The Daily Telegraph and The Australian, she has gained global recognition for her investigative and news-breaking journalism on the origins of Covid-19.
Her ground-breaking book, What Really Happened in Wuhan, became an international bestseller, and her Sky News documentary of the same name, has been viewed more than 13 million times.
Sharri has received 16 prestigious journalism awards including two Walkley awards, five Kennedy Awards and has twice been awarded the Sir Keith Murdoch Journalist of the Year for excellence in journalism.
WIZO provides vital support services to Israeli children throughout all sectors of society. WIZO has five youth villages which are home to 5,500 young people, many of whom come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Each village has a unique approach and provides individual attention, education, therapies, and guidance to each youth.
Recognizing each child’s individuality, natural abilities, and special needs, WIZO ensures a well-being program that fosters personal development, educational advancement, one on one guidance, all leading to a brighter future. One of the recent projects of the Youth Villages has been to extend assistance to the Ukranian refugees.
To continue to provide these vital support services, WIZO needs support from our sponsors and donors to create a better life to those in need.