Lisa Kim

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Elizabeth Lee Kim-Lohmann (born May 1962), known professionally as Lisa Kim, is a former television news anchor for an NBC-affiliated station in the San Francisco Bay Area and a former news anchor for MSNBC.

Early life and education[edit]

A native of Rockville, Maryland, Kim earned a bachelor's degree in 1984 and a master's degree in 1985 from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.[1]

Professional career[edit]

Kim began her broadcast journalism career in Santa Barbara, California. She joined KGTV-TV in San Diego in 1986, staying there for more than eight years.[2]

In January 1995, Kim joined WBBM-TV in Chicago as a general assignment reporter and a morning news cut-ins anchor. Kim had worked at WBBM-TV as a desk assistant while in journalism school.

In mid-1996, Kim resigned from WBBM to join MSNBC as an anchor and host.[3]

Kim left MSNBC in 1999 to join KNTV in San Jose. She announced on December 9, 2010, on the 5:00 evening news that she would be leaving KNTV in San Jose.[1]

Personal[edit]

Kim is married to Watson M. Lohmann, Jr. and has two children. She lives in Menlo Park, California.[1]

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