Ann Keil is an Emmy Award-winning reporter with WSVN.
Before moving back to her hometown of Miami, Ann was a special projects reporter at WOFL-TV in Orlando, Florida where 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, Tennessee. 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.
Although Ann contributes to a handful of non-profit organizations locally, she is heavily invested in United Way of Miami Dade's Young Leaders Program and serves on its executive committee.