They are dynamic women and powerful journalists, bringing you the stories that hit home every day. They are the #PIXPOWERWOMEN, and two of them, Kaity Tong and Brenda Blackmon, are co-anchoring our new broadcast — the only 6:30 local newscast in NYC. Catch Kaity, Brenda and the PIX11 News @ 6:30 starting Monday, Jan 11.
Get to know some of the women behind the scenes. Have a question for our anchors? Tweet @PIX11News using #PIXPOWERWOMEN or find us on Facebook.com/PIX11News.
Tamsen Fadal & Ojinika Obiekwe
Ojinika Obiekwe considers Tamsen Fadal to be her mentor. Even in the workplace, women will empower each other to succeed. Agree or disagree?
Mary Murphy & Magee Hickey
“My mother gave me the strength to think that I can do anything I want to do.” Mary Murphy Mystery and Magee Hickey give a shoutout to their power women. Who’s yours?
Kala Rama talks about her culture, role models, and being confident!
“You don’t always have to be confident… but you can always be bold.” Kaitlin Monte shares about a time that she almost gave up.
It wasn’t easy for Kaity Tong when she got her start in the 1970s in the news business. But she learned an empowering lesson.
It’s something important for Brenda Blackmon — empowerment. She explains what it means to her.
Sukanya Krishnan & Linda Church
Sharing stories together and loving one another — that’s meant a lot to fostering the bond that our PIX11 anchors share. See #PIXPOWERWOMEN @SukanyaKrishnan and @LindaChurch on the Morning News weekdays from 5 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Be you, and be the best you that you can be. That’s a motto that Linda Church lives by, and a sentiment she hopes to inspire in others.
Our #PIXPOWERWOMEN, Sukanya Krishnan and Linda Church, have a friendship-first philosophy and always lift each other up.