Mana Mansour has been recognized nationally for presenting compelling stories that both inspire and inform. She is currently a segment producer and on-air style expert on Canada's #1 daytime series, THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW on CTV, a role that merges her lifelong passion for everything stylish with useful advice for Canadians. She also lends her fashion expertise to multiple different outlets, including CTV’s ETALK and CTV MORNING LIVE.
Before relocating to Toronto, Mana was the first ever community reporter for the 24-hour news channel BC1, where she reported live from diverse large-scale events across BC, while featuring Vancouver’s growing arts and culture scene. Whether it was from Vancouver Craft Beer Week, or the Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival, Mana’s high-energy reports gave viewers a taste of the action.
Mana was also the host of Shaw Multicultural Channel, a reporter for the lifestyle program go! Vancouver, and the creator, host & producer of West Coast Style, Vancouver's premiere fashion & beauty series. Through West Coast Style, Mana shined a light on emerging designers and boutiques, while also providing trend forecasts for viewers. This dynamic combination resulted in three successful seasons of West Coast Style, winning Mana a Leo Award for Best Writing in an Information and Lifestyle Series, as well as three consecutive nominations for Best Host and Best Production. Mana also interviewed Canada’s top athletes, as well as Hollywood's finest, when working behind-the-scenes during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games at CTV News Vancouver.
Mana is also a very active emcee, having hosted hundreds of events including the City of Coquitlam’s Canada Day, the Crème de la Crème Grand Wedding Showcase, and Cadillac Fairview’s Sunday Occasion Charity Fashion Show.