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...Named one of Spotlight magazine's "20 Intriguing Women of 1998," Uma Pemmaraju first joined the FOX News Channel (FNC) in 1996 as host of the hard news daytime program FOX News Now.Pemmaraju
in 2003 as a news update anchor and substitute host for various programs.
> During her tenure at FNC, Pemmaraju has served as a substitute anchor for The Crier Report in 1998, anchored The FOX Report and secured many interviews with interesting celebrities and newsmakers, including an exclusive with the Dalai Lama. Prior to joining FNC, Pemmaraju was a news anchor and special correspondent at a CBS affiliate station in Dallas, in addition to serving as a reporter for various local stations throughout the Northeast.Previously, she was an anchor and correspondent for WBZ-TV (NBC) in Boston, where she was the host/producer of The Evening Magazine.Aside from her television career, Pemmaraju started as a reporter for the San Antonio Express News and also taught journalism at Emerson College and Harvard University. Born in India and raised in the United States, Pemmaraju received her degree in political science from Trinity University in Texas.
In addition to being coined as "Boston's Best Anchor" in 1996 and 1997 by Boston Magazine
has received several Emmy awards for her
reporting and investigative journalism.Other accolades throughout her
career include the Texas AP award for reporting in 2002 and the Matrix Award from Women in Communications in 1990.
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Uma Pemmaraju, a 1976 graduate of Holmes High School, is the 2012 Pillar of Responsibility.
Currently an anchor and host for the Fox News Channel's "America's News HQ," she has interviewed numerous newsmakers in the world of politics and business.
For the series "Secrets of Success," she highlighted famous Americans who have overcome incredible odds, such as Buzz Aldrin, Carly Simon, Donald Trump, and Whoopi Goldberg.
Born in India and raised in San Antonio, she attended Glass Elementary and Neff Middle School before graduating from Holmes.
She earned a political science degree from Trinity University, and spent a year at American University in Washington, D.C. as part of an exchange program her junior year.
Prior to joining Fox News, she worked at a CBS affiliate station in Dallas, an NBC station in Boston, the San Antonio Express-News, and KENS-TV.
She has also taught journalism at Emerson College and Harvard University.
Her accolades include being named Best Anchor by Boston Magazine, the Texas AP award for reporting, and several Emmy awards for her reporting and investigative journalism.
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