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"Accomplishing great things is not about feeling brave.  It's about saying yes to opportunity, again and again, and more often than not, doing it afraid."

                                                                       - Cheryl Weber

Cheryl Weber has spent more than 20 years in broadcasting, both in front of the camera and behind it. She co-hosts Canada's long running daily talk show, "100 Huntley Street", interviewing both well known celebrities and inspiring everyday people. From reporting nationally and internationally to co-hosting the woman’s talk show “Full Circle”, she has had a passion to live out God's love authentically, advocating for the marginalized, persecuted and sexually exploited. She's had the heartbreaking privilege of interviewing little girls rescued from the sex trade in Cambodia, starving people in the deserts of Kenya and abandoned children in the state run orphanges of war-torn Ukraine. Her life-changing experiences in the majority world have shown her the difference that committed people of faith and action can make.    

For more than 15 years, she’s spoken nationally and internationally on an array of topics including women’s issues, social justice, sex trafficking, finding your destiny, faith, overcoming fear and much more. And she’s not just talking about it – she can often be found in the harsh conditions of international travel gathering stories of hope. In 2012, she joined 46 other passionate women from around the world to summit Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro, on behalf of sexually trafficked women and children. Named as one of the top 100 female Christian women in Canada, she is currently also reporting on the work of Crossroads Relief & Development internationally. She was thrilled in 2012 when her passion for justice was recognized by a Woman of Excellence Award for Raising Global Awareness and an International Women Achiever's Award.  She loves the opportunity to make a difference in the world and her greatest passion is to empower others to do the same. She currently serves on the Board of Ratanak International, one of Canada's foremost NGOs helping to repatriate and rehabilitate those trafficked into the sex trade in Cambodia and abroad. 

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