Tulip Mazumdar is a popular British journalist. Apart from being just a journalist, she has been well-known as a broadcaster as well. Currently, she has been working for the BBC as their Global Health Reporter. Her name was chosen as Tulip by her mother because she used to frequently look at the tulip fields outside of the window in her hometown Lincolnshire. She actually belongs to an Indian Bengali family and has a typical Indian look.
|Education||The King’s School, Univerity of Liverpool|
She kicked off her professional career after working for BBC Radio Merseyside. After working for BBC Radio Merseyside, she finally entered the news broadcasting field. Tulip worked in various BBC programs including BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat program, the Radio 4 Today program, Newsday, etc. She came into the limelight in the year 2014 when she used to work as a reporter in Sierra Leone during the Ebola Virus epidemic.
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