About 

    Zahra Ullah is a producer on the International Desk, based at CNN's Asia Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong.

    Ullah has been deployed on breaking news stories to Seoul in the lead up to the impeachment of President Park and increasing tensions on the Korean peninsula, Istanbul for the 2016 Ataturk Airport attack and to CNN's London bureau for the network's coverage of Brexit, June 2017 London Bridge attack and the 2017 UK election.

    Before moving to Hong Kong in 2015, Ullah was based in CNN's EMEA headquarters in London where she produced for Richard Quest, CNN's foremost international business correspondent and anchor of Quest Means Business. She was responsible for booking the CEOs and world leaders who make a point of appearing on Quest Means Business as well as field producing across Europe such as in Athens during the 2015 Greek Referendum and the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Ullah attended the University of Warwick, where she earned a First Class BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. She also completed a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff University in 2012.