Kimberely Brown

Kimberely Brown

Kimberely Brown is the weekend anchor and reporter at WSPA 7News. Since joining the station in June of 2017, she reports during the week and anchors on Saturday and Sunday evenings at 6pm, 10pm, and 11pm.

Kim relocated to the Greenville/Spartanburg area after working in Augusta at WJBF News Channel 6, where she co-anchored the 5:30 newscast on WJBF and the 10pm on MeTV.

The Ohio native made her way to Augusta via Atlanta. While in Atlanta, she worked as a DJ at radio station WTJH, and with a team of producers, she served as a co-host of a teen talk show called “The Cutting Edge,” which aired on Atlanta’s cable access channel.

Soon after, she landed a job with Georgia-Pacific’s Corporate Communications Division, and later, she began working for Cox Enterprises in their Broadcast Division. During her years in Atlanta, she mentored young people in her community and worked with civic organizations.

Kim attended Clark Atlanta University majoring in Communications and also graduated Cum Laude from Paine College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology.

While in Augusta, Kim served as a member of the NABJ, which is an organization for journalists. She served as President of the Board of Directors for Augusta’s Historic Imperial Theatre and Secretary of the Augusta Ballet. She also served on the Board of Directors of Good Neighbor Ministries, which is an extension of St. Luke United Methodist Church in the Harrisburg Community.

Kim was honored with a “GABBY Award” by the Georgia Association of Broadcasters, which designated her as the “Best On-Air Personality” in Georgia in 2006.

In her leisure time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, experiencing new cultures, and shopping. Kimberely is married to Brandon, and they live in Greenville, South Carolina.

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