Kate Bolduan Biography
(Journalist, News anchor)
Birthday: July 28, 1983 (Leo)
Born In: Goshen, Indiana, United States
Katherine Jean Bolduan, professionally known as Kate Bolduan, is an American broadcast journalist. She is best known as the anchor of the ‘CNN’ morning show ‘At This Hour.’ Earlier, she co-anchored the ‘CNN’ weekday morning program ‘New Day’ and ‘The Situation Room.’ Bolduan was part of ‘CNN’s award-winning coverage of the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections. She has also served as a congressional correspondent based in Washington, DC, covering the activities of the ‘US House’ and the senate. During her membership for the ‘Capitol Hill Unit,’ Bolduan reported on the legislative cycle and congressional events such as negotiations to increase the federal debt limit and the super committee deliberations. She has also served as a general assignment correspondent, covering stories such as the 2009 Christmas Day bombing attempt, the landmark ‘Supreme Court’ decision on ‘Obamacare,’ and the implementation of the government’s stimulus plan in 2009. She joined ‘CNN’ in 2007, as a national correspondent for ‘CNN Newsource.’ As a national correspondent she provided breaking news coverage and feature reports for more than 800 ‘CNN Newsource’ affiliates. Ealier, she worked with ‘NBC News,’ ‘MSNBC,’ and ‘WTVD-TV.’ She currently lives in New York City with her husband and two children.