Kemberly Richardson
Kemberly Richardson is a multi Emmy Award winning journalist. Her versatility as a reporter is evident in her work; she has covered a wide spectrum of stories here in the US, the Caribbean, and overseas.

The Syracuse University graduate began her career at WNET in NYC. Kemberly then headed to Indiana working as a reporter with WPTA and California reporting with KNTV in San Jose. She then returned home to New York City. Kemberly joined FOX 5 in NYC, was part of the national on air team which launched BET Nightly News, and spent time working with public relations leader Fleishman Hillard.

Kemberly joined WABC in 2003 and continues to be front and center keeping viewers in the loop with breaking news and exclusive interviews. From the September 11th terror attack in New York to Super Bowls, fashion week, William and Kate's Royal wedding in London, Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and countless interviews with celebrities and other public figures, Kemberly prides herself in seeking out fascinating stories and telling them in unforgettable ways.

Kemberly has a robust following on social media and is known for posting one-of-a-kind moments from her personal and professional life.

Born in Washington DC, Kemberly was raised in Westchester County, New York and spends time on Martha's Vineyard. Kemberly is a beach enthusiast who loves spending time with family and friends.

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