She attends church and keeps her private life as private as possible. As she puts it, “The problem with show business is that you’re out there naked all the time. “Marriage and a family are very important to me,” she says, “but it wouldn’t be fair for me to get married and have children now, not with my schedule.
Right now, though, I’m a pioneer in sports, and I want to set an example for those high school girls who may do play-by-play someday.
She has worked her way to national prominence from a highly visible weekend anchor position at ABC7/WJLA-TV in Washington, D. She joined Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan’s team on CNN’s morning show in March – and hit the ground running by covering major national stories – the Boston Marathon bombings, the Cleveland kidnappings, and the Oklahoma tornado, among them.
She frequently teams up on assignment with Anderson Cooper or Wolf Blitzer.
If you tune in to CNN these days and spot behind a microphone a lovely, fresh-faced young news correspondent who looks really familiar, you are old enough to remember Kentucky’s own “Camelot” days.
That enchanted time when a celebrity-powered couple occupied our Governor’s Mansion – and the birth of a baby girl became a piece of the story that further captured the hearts of Kentuckians. 29, 1983, when Pamela Ashley Brown was born to Kentucky Fried Chicken magnate and then-Gov.