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Senior White House correspondent for CNN in the Washington, D.C. bureau
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Mission Viejo High School, Mission Viejo, California
University of California, Berkeley for bachelor’s degrees in mass communications and psychology
Brianna Marie Keilar (born September 21, 1980) is the senior political correspondent for CNN in the Washington, D.C. bureau. She previously worked as a White House correspondent, Congressional correspondent and general assignment correspondent for CNN in Washington. Prior to that, Keilar worked at CNN Newsource as a national correspondent, also in Washington.
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Brianna Marie Keilar
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Brianna Keilar is a White House correspondent for CNN in the Washington, D.C. bureau. She previously worked as a general assignment correspondent for CNN in Washington. Prior to that, Keilar worked at CNN Newsource as a national correspondent, also in Washington.
Keilar started in television news as an intern and production assistant at KTVU Channel 2 in Oakland, California. In 2001, she went to work as a general assignment reporter at KIMA-TV, the CBS affiliate in Yakima, Washington. During that same time, she also worked in radio as a morning show personality and weekend news reader.
In 2003, Keilar moved to New York to be an anchor, reporter and producer for CBS News on mtvU, a newscast that aired on MTV's college network. At CBS News on mtvU, she covered the 2004 presidential primaries and election from New Hampshire, Boston and New York. Brianna also covered events like the 2005 NFL Draft for MTV-U. Keilar was 23 when she fill-in anchored on CBS News' overnight newscast, Up to the Minute, for the first time.
She was also a freelance reporter for CBS Evening News Weekend Edition before moving over to CNN.
Keilar is a 2001 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she was admitted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society. She received her dual bachelor's degrees in Mass Communications and Psychology in 2001.
Keilar was born in Australia. She grew up in Orange County, California and graduated from Mission Viejo High School in 1998, where she was voted homecoming queen in her senior year.
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