Deborah Norville on Good Morning America
The mother of three, Norville took the old adage, the show must go on to a new level, anchoring INSIDE EDITION from her hospital room nine hours after the birth of her daughter, Mikaela. Producers had requested the extraordinary assignment when it proved no other staffers were available to anchor the broadcast!
Norville came to INSIDE EDITION from CBS News where she was a correspondent for STREET STORIES, 48 HOURS, and correspondent and co-anchor for AMERICA TONIGHT, a CBS News summer magazine show. While at CBS News, Norville was awarded an EMMY for her work on 48 HOURS Flood, Sweat and Tears, a look at the devastating Mississippi floods.
Previously, Norville hosted her own national radio show from her home - THE DEBORAH NORVILLE show, heard on over 200 stations around the country. Earlier she was co-host of NBC's TODAY PROGRAM and Anchor of NBC NEWS AT SUNRISE. While at NBC, Norville won her first national EMMY for her role in covering the Democratic uprising in Rumania.
Norville began her reporting career while still in college. While a student at the University of Georgia, she was a regular reporter for WAGA-TV (CBS Atlanta). She has also been a reporter and anchor for WMAQ-TV (NBC Chicago) and Contributing Editor for McCall's and Inside Sports magazines.
Norville is also the author of Back on Track: How to Straighten Out Your Life When It Throws You A Curve (Simon Schuster 1997). The book is the first time Deborah speaks in detail about her troubles at TODAY and offers the inspirational stories of women who've gotten back on top after crushing defeats.
Back on Track How to straighten out your life when it throws you a curve - A look at rebuilding yourself after a life shaking crisis.
The Juggling Act Being a Mom, Wife, and Worker and still staying sane.
Inside The News A look at today's current events and the way the news media is covering them: a reporter's perspective.
Power of Gratitude
An eye opening talk showing how one can improve both their cognitive skills and energy level through what she calls 'Thank You Power' - based on peer reviewed research.
Power of Respect
How this often-forgotten value is critical to achieve success in business, relationships, and leadership and employ motivation. This speech is also based on research
The World Today
From a journalist, a front-row seat to the events making news - whether it is the war in Afghanistan, the oil spill in the Gulf or the latest celebrity scandal- making sense of the event and providing an insider's perspective on what is behind the headlines.
Glass Ceilings or Sticky Floors?
What are the challenges women face today in business and their personal life? Insights from top researchers and personal anecdotes are the basis of this discussion filled with 'take-home' information for audience members.
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