As a journalist, director, producer and on air talent, Cheryl Weber has had the privilege of telling incredible stories of both need and life transformation from around the world. Her passion for justice and poverty alleviation has taken her from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to some of the most desperate and remote places on the planet. Named as one of the top 100 female Christian women in Canada, she is honoured to have had her activism recognized with a Woman of Excellence Award for Raising Global Awareness and an International Women Achievers' Media Award. She is currently an on air contributor and international producer for "100 Huntley Street" and serves on the Board of Ratanak International, one of Canada's foremost NGOs helping to restore women trafficked into the sex trade in Cambodia.
Bible Verse: "Irresponsible talk makes a real mess of things, but a reliable reporter is a healing presence." Proverbs 13:17 MSG
Favorite Food: Dark Chocolate anything!
Books you are currently reading: Half the Church by Carolyn Custis James, Jesus Calling by Sarah Young, Forgotten Girls by Kay Marshall and Michele Rickett
Favorite thing to do on the week-end: Ride my bike, go to the beach, SLEEP! or curl up with a great book
What are you currently listening to: Lauren Daigle, Overflow by Grace Williams, Eclipse by Lura, Songversation by Indie.Arie, Aftermath by Hillsong United
First Job: Convenience Store Clerk
Go-To Coffee Order: Venti Decaf Americano with two shots sugar free cinnamon dolce, two shots skinny mocha and coconut milk
Secret Talent: Riding a Bicycle Built for Two with John Hull
Here is Cheryl Weber's Family Portrait as seen on 100 Huntley Street.