Kathy Park Anchor / Reporter

Kathy Park

Kathy Park is a reporter and weekend morning anchor for ABC7 and NewsChannel 8.

She joined the team in 2008. Since then, she covered many high profile events both in the field and on the anchor desk including the historic Inauguration of Barack Obama, and the blizzard of 2010, which earned her an Emmy nomination.

Before arriving to the District, Kathy reported on stories in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia at WCYB/Fox Tri-Cities.

The DC-area is home for Kathy. She grew up in Silver Spring and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Maryland. Go Terps!

As an undergrad she reported for Capital News Service, interned at Hardball with Chris Matthews on MSNBC, the DIY Network and NBC4. One of her first opportunities in the newsroom was at the CBS affiliate in Phoenix, where she worked as a Meredith-Cronkite fellow.

Kathy is a first generation Korean-American and has studied abroad in Seoul. She is the former DC-chapter president of the Asian American Journalists Association, and a current board member.

Behind the scenes, Kathy enjoys spending time with family, traveling to warm destinations, discovering new places to eat and all things fashion.

Follow her @kathyparknews or on Facebook.

Contact Kathy

1100 Wilson BLVD, Suite 601 Arlington, VA 22209

Recent Stories

  1. 15th annual Bethesda Literary Festival draws writers nationwide

    Authors, journalists and poets from across the country to join in the 15th annual Bethesda Literary Festival, April 11 - 13.

  2. Thousands volunteer to clean up Anacostia River Watershed

    Thousands of volunteers are spending their Saturday cleaning up the Anacostia River Watershed.

  3. Special prom comes early for 30 local teenagers

    A special event at Discovery Communications allowed 30 deserving high school girls an opportunity to get styled head-to-toe for their big day.

  4. Old Dominion Boat Club relocation approved

    The deal allows the city to take over the club’s building and parking lot, and in exchange, the club will get land on Prince Street for a new building, a lot – plus $5 million.

  5. D.C. hosts annual salute to centenarians

    In an annual tradition, the District of Columbia hosted its 28th salute to centenarians-- residents who are 100 or older. Around 30 who are part of this unique group came out for Monday's celebration.