Kim Carrigan is an award-winning TV and radio host, high profile spokesperson and successful media consultant. With an exceptional background in broadcast journalism, her experience includes leadership roles in a variety of media settings. Kim is particularly skilled in leading highly-visible initiatives and has a well-deserved reputation for inspiring people and advocating for meaningful causes.
As the Morning Anchor for WFXT-TV, the Fox Television affiliate in Boston, Kim had many notable achievements including the 2011 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, being named a 2011 Gabrielle Winner, receiving a 2010 Emmy Nomination for “Kyles Story” and in 2008, winning the Quest Award as one of 7 Outstanding Women in the Boston area.
For WBZ/WSBK-TV, Kim was the Weekday Evening Anchor for this CBS affiliate. During her tenure, she handled a wide range of assignments including 9/11 news coverage as well as participation in the Boston Children’s Hospital Telethon.
As the 5, 6 & 11 PM Evening News Anchor for Boston’s NBC affiliate WHDH-TV for 7 years, Kim led a team that won numerous awards including the Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for “Best Newscast in a Major Market” in 1999; Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” Award for Best TV News Anchor in 1997 and 1998; an Emmy for Best News Anchor, New England Chapter in 1995; and the Associated Press Best Newscast, Massachusetts in 1995.
Earlier in her career, Kim was a News Anchor, Reporter and Producer for WHO-TV, KRCG-TV, KMIZ-TV, and KQTV-TV where she received an Emmy for Best Newscast, St. Louis Chapter, in 1993 and awards from the Associated Press for Best Newscast in both 1991 and 1992.
Kim attended the University of Missouri, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio/TV/Film.
With a long-standing commitment to advocacy, Kim serves as a Spokesperson for many organizations including the American Cancer Society “Making Strides against Breast Cancer,” Northeast ARC, the Eva Brownman Breast Cancer Charitable Foundation and Spokesperson for Big Brothers & Big Sisters. For her efforts on behalf of Northeast ARC, Kim received the Outstanding Service Award in 2006, the President’s Award in 2009 and was named Volunteer of the Year in 2013.