Ann Curry is co-anchor for Dateline NBC and news anchor for NBC News' Today show.
Ms. Curry became an NBC News correspondent in August 1990, and later, "Today" news anchor in May 1997.
In addition to her extensive coverage of national and international events, she has distinguished herself in humanitarian reporting. She was the first network news anchor to report from inside the tsunami zone in southeast Asia, filing live and taped reports from Sri Lanka for Dateline, Today, and NBC Nightly News. She was also the first network news anchor to report on the humanitarian refugee crisis caused by the genocide in Kosovo, filing live and taped reports from Albania and Macedonia.
Ms. Curry has earned numerous awards for her journalistic work including multiple Emmys, Golden Mikes, and Associated Press Certificates of Excellence, among others. She has been honored by Americares, the Anti-Defamation League as a Woman of Achievement, and the Asian American Journalists Association. She has also won numerous awards for her charity work, primarily for breast cancer research.
Ms. Curry graduated from the University of Oregon School of Journalism in 1978.
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