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
SF crews making a difference cleaning homeless encampments, but here's what's slowing them down
Members of the SF Department of Emergency Management helping the homeless say they've sheltered over a thousand people in 2023, but have run into roadblocks preventing them from doing more.
EXCLUSIVE: Bay Area prosthetics maker devastated after eagle he was trying to help is euthanized
A Daly City man is devastated to learn the prosthetic foot he was crafting for a one-legged eagle in Pennsylvania won't be put to use. The golden eagle named Aura was put down at the order of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "I almost wanted to cry."
Norwegian cyclists complete epic NY to SF ride to celebrate beating brain cancer
Arne Hove, who is now free of any brain tumors, and his good friend Bjorn Amdal rode for 25 days straight in an epic bucket-list ride across the United States.
EXCLUSIVE: Good Samaritan tried to save 63-year-old woman shoved, killed in SF's Bayview
"It was heartbreaking I thought she was going to live": We're hearing for the first time from a good Samaritan who tried to save a 63-year-old woman who died after being pushed in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood.
From $15 to $100: Proposal to increase juror pay across CA one step closer to becoming reality
San Francisco's "Be The Jury" program which raises jury duty pay from $15 to $100 a day for some is now expanding to other California counties.
EXCLUSIVE: Young woman visiting SF hit by stray bullet while driving through neighborhood
Just 41 seconds after she got into her boyfriend's SUV and started driving, Winnie Goh from Southern California heard gunshots and then realized she had been shot in the shin, with fragments dispersing through her leg.
EXCLUSIVE: Popular 24-hour legacy donut shop in Oakland targeted in armed robbery
"They're yelling at him and saying do you want to die, pointing the gun at him." Here's scary footage of an armed robbery of Colonial Donuts, which has been family owned for nearly 40 years.
Drug dealing, defecation, debris: SF street causing 'chaos' for homeowners, businesses
Tent after tent, open drug dealing, drug use and a whole host of other safety issues - are what residents of one San Francisco luxury condo complex say they have been dealing with for years, despite reporting to 311 regularly.
EXCLUSIVE: New video shows suspects open fire during rolling gun battle near SF's Pier 39
The surveillance video shows the two vehicles involved in Sunday's shooting in San Francisco. The passenger in the backseat of the white sedan climbs halfway out the window and shoots at the black SUV. The driver of the sedan also appears to stick out an arm to do the same.
Pixar brings 'Elemental' movie magic to sick kids at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital
Some very deserving kids and their families were treated to some Disney Magic at Oakland's UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.