Ann Keil spent more than a decade keeping communities informed as a television news reporter. She has received multiple Emmy nods and awards for her impactful work. Ann is an active volunteer with United Way of Miami-Dade, and proudly serves on the organization’s Young Leaders Society Executive Committee.
Ann most recently worked at WSVN-TV in her hometown of Miami, Florida. She spent three years at the network covering breaking news and hurricanes!
Prior to retunring to Miami, Ann lived in Orlando where she worked as a special projects reporter at WOFL-TV. There, she regularly tackled exposés centered around societal concerns including immigration policy, hate groups, and repeat sex offenders among others.
Ann spent the three years prior in Indianapolis, Indiana as a city beat reporter and fill-in anchor at FOX59 where she was awarded an Emmy and received other accolades. Ann started her accomplished career at WATE-TV in Knoxville, TN.
Ann studied journalism and political science at Boston University. She later attended American University in Washington, D.C., where she earned a master’s degree in Journalism and Public Affairs.
In her spare time, Ann enjoys the South Florida sunshine especially if she can head to the Florida Keys for an all-day fishing trip with her husband whom she adores! She has many other interests and likes that include: volunteering, writing, drawing, and cooking.
Ann is a recent cancer survivor, and describes herself as "complicated and simple, and always honest." Ann is very appreciative of the undying love and support of her parents, and her husband. She values family above all else.
Visit her website: www.annkeil.com and follow her on social media!
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