Ann Keil is a multiple Emmy Award-winning reporter working for WSVN-TV in Miami, and she takes her commitment to her community a step further by talking solutions and assistance every day.

Ann is an active volunteer with United Way of a Miami Dade. In fact, she is a member of the organization’s Young Leaders Society and serves on its executive committee.

She is a Miami native and is certainly proud to be back in her hometown after a stint in Orlando where she was a special projects reporter at WOFL-TV. There, she regularly tackled exposés centered around societal concerns including immigration policy, hate groups, and repeat sex offenders among others. She also introduced a series to aid in the search for missing people.

She spent the three years prior in Indianapolis, Indiana as a city beat reporter and fill-in anchor at FOX59 where she was awarded an Emmy for an in-depth investigation into an emergency medical alert system. During her time there, she received Emmy nods for her live coverage of a decorated police officer’s funeral and devastating tornadoes.

Ann got her start at WATE-TV in Knoxville, TN. Beyond her duties as a general assignment reporter, she tackled multiple investigative pieces on the coal mining industry in both Tennessee and West Virginia as well as a massive coal ash spill aftermath.

Ann studied journalism and political science at Boston University. Then, she attended American University in Washington, D.C., where she earned a master’s degree in Journalism and Public Affairs.

In her spare time, Ann enjoys the South Florida sunshine especially if she can head to the keys for an all day fishing trip! She spends as much time as she can with family and friends.

Writing. Picture-taking. Volunteering. Painting. Drawing. Cooking. Stopping for a moment to enjoy the little things in life like a great cup of coffee! All favorites…