SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --There's nothing quite like coming home.
I'm a proud Bay Area native, and I feel grateful every single day to work in my hometown at the station my family has always watched. I love this place, and it's a true privilege to anchor and report #whereyoulive.
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Storytelling is what matters to me. I believe in the power of journalism to shine a light and make a difference. It's my job to inspire, to find the stories that matter and to help make this community an even better place.
Like so many people, my family has been profoundly touched by Autism. At a very early age, I remember hearing that journalism, at its best, can give a "voice to the voiceless." It resonated deeply within me, and it's still what drives me today.
I am the daughter of physicians, both immigrants. They devote their lives to the goal of using science to help people. Their work instilled in me a passion for covering health, science and biotechnology.
I graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. I received a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a B.S. in Health Promotion & Disease Prevention. I was honored with an Emmy in 2015.
I came to KGO directly from anchoring and reporting at KGTV in San Diego. This chapter brings me home to my family, where my heart is. In our house, we always relied on KGO for breaking news. ABC7 is my family's station, and now I can truly call it my station too.
When I'm not working, I love spending time with my little dog Tchaikovsky! I'm also passionate about getting out into the community. I've had the honor of working with the March of Dimes and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
It makes my day to break down that screen and hear from you. I'm always on social media, so please keep in touch and follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. I look forward to hearing from you!
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