Dion Lim | ABC7 KGO News Team
Dion Lim is an Emmy Award-winning TV news anchor and reporter at ABC7/KGO-TV in San Francisco and author of, "Make Your Moment: The Savvy Woman's Communication Playbook to Getting The Success You Want" (McGraw-Hill) based on her experiences as the first Asian American woman to be at the helm of a weekday newscast in three major markets including Kansas City, Charlotte and Tampa Bay.

Dion is passionate about amplifying voices of color and has led the charge worldwide in shedding light on the hate and assaults targeting Asian Americans in the Bay Area. Her work has resonated across the country on ABC News Live, Nightline, World News Now, Good Morning America and 20/20.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors and mayor awarded Dion with a commendation for her dedication to reporting on discrimination and xenophobia toward Asian Americans and the Black communities.

She was also named, alongside Vice President Kamala Harris and other prominent AAPI leaders, a 2021 Gold House 100 A1 most impactful Asians for storytelling in the midst of the #StopAsianHate movement. Dion is also SF Cause's 1st recipient of the Champion of Truth award and Dress for Success San Francisco 2022 honoree for her work elevating women in our community.

This AAPI Heritage Month Dion received a coveted invitation to the White House where she celebrated the accomplishments of prominent Asian Americans and met with President Biden and Vice President Harris.

She and her husband live in San Francisco. In their spare time they enjoy travel and discovering new hidden gem restaurants in the Bay Area!

Dion's Stories
Here's a look into plan for a 300-mile trail from San Francisco Bay to Humboldt Bay
There's an idea four decades in the making to turn a historic railway line between the San Francisco Bay and Humboldt Bay into a 300-mile hiking trail.
EXCLUSIVE: 8 armed suspects clear out Oakland Chinatown legacy jewelry store
Surveillance shows Diane ducking for cover and screaming for help as eight individuals smash nearly every single case in the Oakland jewelry shop. With no security guard on duty at the time, Diane's 76-year-old husband comes storming in wielding a firearm which scares the suspects away.
EXCLUSIVE: Couple shocked after tow truck tries to nab their moving car in SF
''Really scary": An East Bay couple is detailing the terrifying turn of events when a tow truck tried to tow them while driving through the streets of downtown San Francisco.
Israeli tech entrepreneurs ID'd as couple killed in Truckee plane crash
An Israeli husband and wife who invested in the Palo Alto venture capital firm UpWest were killed when a small plane crashed while trying to land at the Truckee airport Saturday. They were described as a "truly inseparable" couple.
SF community feeling blindsided after communication breakdown over possible sober living site
"It couldn't have happened at a worse time, in the middle of Chinese New Year." The Chinatown community is feeling blindsided by news of a proposed sober living facility. Now the mayor is acknowledging the lack of communication and assuring the public no plans have been finalized.
SF Zoo possibly one step closer to receiving Giant Pandas from China
The last time Giant Pandas lived at the San Francisco Zoo was back in 1984. And for months, we've been covering the rumblings that they could make a return! Now, for the first time, here's an inside look at what it would take for these giant creatures to make a return.
Same-sex couple reflects on 20 years of marriage equality in San Francisco
"We felt like equal human beings": One of the couples who took part on the historic day of first same-sex marriages in San Francisco reflects on the past 20 years.
EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco family fights to get lost cat back from new owner
Many of us consider pets our family. But after a San Francisco family lost their pet cat, Blackie, then found her, why can't they get the animal back?
Grandma's ashes stolen in mass car break-in at Peninsula hotel housing storm victims
Some Bay Area residents who were dealing with power outages from the weekend's Level 4 storm sought relief by checking into a hotel. That's when things got worse. Their cars were broken into in the hotel parking lot.
EXCLUSIVE: Oakland pizza restaurant employees fight back after 4 robberies in the last month
An Oakland business is considering shutting down after being broken into and robbed four times just this year. Employees have even resorted to fending off attackers themselves.