Juliette Saly is an accomplished journalist, presenter and writer with 15 years experience working across a diverse range of media platforms. From radio newsreader and reporter, to TV producer, presenter and financial commentator, Juliette has delivered thousands of live TV and radio crosses on every major Australian network and many international news organisations including Al-Jazeera, CNBC, Fox News and the BBC.
Juliette has built up a strong reputation as a financial journalist and stock market commentator, however is also passionate about equality and women's issues.
She has wanted to be a journalist since she was 16 (after deciding that Hollywood probably wasn’t going to come knocking) and studied at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst. Like many journalists, she volunteered and worked for free early in her career to get her foot in the door.
Juliette is inspired by female journalists who have paved the way such as Katie Couric and Jana Wendt, but equally by women in business who are making a difference such as Emma Isaacs from Business Chicks and Sex Discrimination Commissioner Liz Broderick.
Juliette went freelance in July 2014 and has been working for Channel 9’s The Today Show, Women’s Agenda and for corporations such as the Commonwealth Bank. She is highly proficient at business news and breaking down the facts in an informative and accessible way, but has also had several articles published on issues such as gender equality and fertility.
Away from work, Juliette is a keen traveller, attempting to cross off all the wonders of the world and spends a lot of time with her close-knit family.