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
EXCLUSIVE: $178K worth of camera equipment stolen in armed robbery at store near SF's Union Square
Surveillance from the area shows four individuals get out of a gray sedan around 1:20 p.m. on Saturday near Bush and Grant Streets. Images used in the police investigation show at least one suspect with a firearm entering the Leica store, which sells high-end camera equipment.
Here's why retail discounts could continue even after Black Friday ends
Expert says shoppers may have more time than ever to score deals on products this holiday season.
Oakland Mayor-elect Sheng Thao makes history, becomes 1st Hmong mayor of major US city
As the first Hmong to be elected mayor of a major U.S. city, Thao's win symbolizes long overdue visibility for a sometimes overlooked community.
EXCLUSIVE: Violent attempted carjacking caught on video shows SF neighborhood's crime increase
Surveillance video shows one suspect struggle with the car owner, as she falls to the ground after she's hit on the face. Data shows vehicle thefts in the Mission this year are up 28% over the three-year average.
VIDEO: Auto burglary suspects arrested after dramatic freeway foot chase in San Francisco
A driver captured this stunning foot chase on southbound 101 where plain-clothed SFPD officers zig-zagged across lanes of traffic and arrested two men and a juvenile in connection to a string of auto burglaries.
After violent camera robberies, a number of photographers plan to stay away from San Francisco
Days after a terrifying attempted robbery at gunpoint where a photographer wrestles with masked men to keep his camera gear, other photographers are speaking out, declaring they no longer will hold photoshoots in San Francisco.
Exclusive interview: Good Samaritans save the day after customer attacks Berkeley Thai restaurant
Video shows a customer at the bottom of the screen asking for free food. When he was told no, the restaurant owner's nephew went over to see what was wrong. That's when the customer went on the attack, hitting and punching the nephew, even knocking over a table.
EXCLUSIVE: 2 photographers attacked in separate incidents the same day outside Palace of Fine Arts
A witness took video, which shows how suddenly, two masked and armed men approach. The photographer described the harrowing experience over the phone and added later that he was also pistol-whipped at the time of the incident.
World's tallest woman searching for Bay Area tech job, inspires others to dream big
Being over seven feet tall comes with a lifetime of challenges including suffering from a rare genetic disorder, but Rumeysa Gelgi isn't letting that stop her.
EXCLUSIVE: Relationship between Oakland murder-for-hire suspects grew on the tennis court
Nelson Chia, a man suspected of an alleged murder-for-hire plot to kill longtime girlfriend Lili Xu, had hired Bason to hit with him on the courts - which developed into a close friendship, according to a man who frequented the pair at the tennis stadium.