Prior to joining the CNTV’s Travelogue Greta Georges, fronted a popular morning show at an English adult contemporary radio station in Singapore as a Producer/Presenter. She also reported for Channel News Asia and produced current affairs programs ranging from arts and entertainment to medical in '08 and as a broadcast journalist, she had the opportunity to front a story for Al Jazeera International (English section) filmed entirely in Vietnam.
She made her first short guerrilla film called, “Where are the weapons of mass destruction?” with sponsorship from Panasonic and traveled to Barcelona Peace Forums and George Bush's inauguration in Washington DC for this project. The film was later screened at the Singapore Short Film Festival '06.
Following her stint as lunchtime Producer/Presenter for a local station in '05, she moved to London and worked as a freelance researcher for the British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) World Service Radio. With a deep passion for traveling, she went to Bandar Aceh for a volunteering project and produced a radio program about Boxing Day Tsunami. More recently in '09, she helped led a team of students from Positive Psychology Center to a Tsunami affected orphanage in Phuket, Thailand for a volunteering project.
A co-founder of World Harmony Day movement in '02, an event that calls for peace and gathering likeminded people together in the wake of September, G contributed to Beyond Social Services and co-directed the musical “Children for Cirque du Monde”. Whilst she was in the London, she helped out the event’s department at The Prince's Trust, a UK based charity own by the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles. Her community involvement efforts include being a show producer in a fund raising project for children's leprosy education fund from Tala, Philippines to getting a van for a leprosy colony in Kunming, China.
G enjoys playing the ukulele, tap dancing and doing Yoga in a 42 degree Celsius hot room sweating the stress out. She is thrilled to be part of the Travelogue team and hopes to stretch her appetite for adventure and exploration in China.