Emmy-award winning journalist Ana Cabrera serves as anchor of MSNBC’s “Ana Cabrera Reports” weekdays at 10amET.

Cabrera delivers the latest breaking news and brings expert in-the-field reporting on the day’s most important stories to viewers, paired with interviews and discussions with newsmakers, journalists, thought leaders, and more.

An award-winning journalist and anchor with more than two decades of experience, Cabrera has reported from across the globe on major domestic and international news stories including the Ferguson, Mo. protests, the Canadian parliament shooting, and North Korea prisoner Kenneth Bae’s return to the U.S.

Prior to joining MSNBC, Cabrera served as an anchor and national correspondent at CNN. She hosted two presidential town halls and was first to interview former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley following an historic vote on North Korea sanctions.

She has been recognized with numerous accolades, including a regional Emmy for her in-the-field anchoring of Colorado’s High Park Fire in 2012 and the “Outstanding Television Anchor” impact award by the National Hispanic Media Coalition “for her continued advocacy for the Latino community and for her presence as the first Latina to have her own show on a major cable network.”

Before joining CNN, Cabrera was an anchor at KMGH, the ABC affiliate, in Denver. Between 2005 and 2009, Cabrera was an anchor and reporter at NBC affiliate KHQ and FOX affiliate KAYU in Spokane, Washington. She began her broadcasting career as an intern for Denver’s CBS affiliate KCNC and KMGH.

Cabrera graduated summa cum laude from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with degrees in Communication, and Foreign Languages and Cultures. She currently serves on the Murrow Professional Advisory Board at her alma mater, and in 2019, was inducted into the Murrow College “Hall of Achievement.”