Karen Middleton is known as a political journalist in the Canberra Press Gallery. At her post, she covers the Parliament of Australia in Canberra which is Australia’s national capital. Karen grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada but she had Australian parents raising her. The cold of Canada was a stark contrast to the warm climate that her parents were from. Her grandfather was Sir Crawford Nalder, a deputy premier of Western Australia who served from 1962 to 1971.
In her education, she completed high school at Belconnen. When it came to attend college, she decided to go to Hawker College. The biggest highlight of Karen’s journalism career was when she was the Chief Political Correspondent and Canberra Bureau Chief for SBS Television.
In her spare time, Karen likes to give back to the community by volunteering. She did a good deed by being one of the great people that helped refugee families relocate to Australia.
|Date of Birth:||February 24, 1966 (age 52 years)|
|Education:||Mount Holyoke College (1988)|