Gail Huff begins a new job this Fall, 2010, when she’ll be working as a Reporter for WJLA, the ABC Affiliate in Washington, D.C. After 17 years as a General Assignment Reporter for WCVB, the ABC Affiliate in Boston, she left to spend more time in Washington, D.C. with her husband, newly elected U.S. Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts.
On Lifetime TV, Huff hosted and moderated a half-hour parenting series with Child Psychologist, Dr. Penelope Leach, called “Your Baby & Child”.
She began her broadcast journalism career in Greenville, N.C. at WNCT, a CBS Affiliate. There she anchored the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts. She later worked as a Reporter at CBS stations in Providence, R.I. (WLNE) and Hartford, CT. (WFSB)
Huff has received numerous awards for her work with charity and non-profit organizations. Among the groups she’s most involved are; the Alzheimer’s Association, American Stroke Association, Kennedy-Donovan Center, and Horace Mann Education Association. She remains committed to working with children and adults with disabilities.
A graduate of Waltham, MA High School, Huff received her B.S. in Business Communications from Bently College and attended Emerson College’s Graduate Program in Broadcast Journalism.
She and her husband, Sen. Brown, divided their time between Washington D.C. and Wrentham, MA. They are the proud parents of two daughters: Ayla is a singer who also works as a Special Contributor for “The Early Show” on CBS. Arianna is a pre-med student at Syracuse University.
Thursday's official resignation of Pope Benedict XVI is making an emotional impact around the world, and as the pope left the Vatican, his departure carries deep meaning for parishioners in the Washington area.
While we’re dealing with winds and rain, a bit further west there’s a layer of ice bringing its own set of problems in Garrett County, Md.
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An initiative by Metro reveals just how often people are sexually harassed while riding mass transit. Out of 99 complaints from victims online, only one has resulted in an arrest.
Only on 7, ABC7’s Gail Huff reports on a revolutionary procedure – a lymph node transplant - a local woman received and how it could change her life.