Kimberly Bookman Biography, Age, Height And Channel 7

Kimberly Bookman Biography

Kimberly Bookman is an American reporter who joined 7News in August 2014. She is a Needham native and Needham High School, graduate.

She’s been reporting in Boston for several years, securing a number of exclusive interviews, helping to break the news of the Holden doctor diagnosed with Ebola and investigating problems disciplining sexual assaults on college campuses.

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Kimberly Bookman Age

Born on 24th September 1976 she is 42 years of age as of 2018.

Kimberly Bookman Height

She stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her height.

Kimberly Bookman Education

She attended Hillside Elementary school where her love for Journalism started in Ms. Messia’s writing class. Her Talent was later Fostered at Pollard Middle School and Needham High School. Needham High School is a public high school in Needham, Massachusetts, educating grades 9 through 12. Mr. Aaron Sicotte is the principal of Needham High School. Its three assistant principals are Ms. Alison Coubrough-Argentieri, Mr. Johnny Cole, and Mr. Keith Ford. As of 2016, the school had 1,644 students and over 201 part-time and full-time instructional staff members, plus support staff employees. Needham High School was awarded a gold medal by U.S. News & World Report for its academic excellence. The school is ranked as the 11th best for Massachusetts and 307th best nationally on U.S. News & World Report’s list of best high schools in 2016.

Kimberly Bookman
Kimberly Bookman

Needham High School is situated on a hill overlooking Memorial Park, and is located at approximately the geographical center of town. The original building was dedicated in 1930. As a result of the town’s rapid growth following World War II, additions were opened in 1955 and in 1967. These newer additions were demolished in 2008 due to renovation of the school. The school underwent a $62-million renovation consisting of a new wing which was opened in the fall of 2006 and another smaller wing opened in the fall of 2007. The renovated high school offers laboratory facilities, computer equipment, and Smart Boards throughout the school. The high school underwent another renovation in 2018 that, repaired much of the A-gym, replace non-working HVAC systems, and added another section to the school which provided six additional classrooms and a new main office. This recent renovation costed $13,188,000 and was completed in late December.[4]

Kimberly Bookman Career

Reporter at WHDH/7 News in Boston. Kimberly always knew she wanted to be a TV correspondent and spent a significant amount of time during high school interning at the local cable station. This was
clearly evident

Upon graduating from Needham High in 1994, Kimberly earned her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University (AU) in Washington DC. Kimberly believes she had a “leg up” on her fellow classmates in AU’s Communications School due to the rigorous internship program that NHS offered through what was then known as “Continental Cablevision,” Needham’s local cable station. It was there she learned how to shoot and edit tape; as well as produce television segments and broadcast live programming.

Kimberly has been working in Boston for several years, where she has reported from the front lines of some of the biggest events in recent Massachusetts history. She covered: the Marathon Attacks; the arrest of former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez; the capture of notorious gangster Whitey Bulger; the Western Massachusetts tornado and several local sports team championships. Kimberly has been reporting locally for WHDH in Boston for a little more than a year. She spent 5+ years at WCVB here in Needham prior to that. Before returning home, Kimberly reported for WMURTV in Manchester, NH, WMAR-TV in Baltimore, MD, WSPATV in Spartanburg, SC and WETM-TV in Elmira, NY.Kimberly has won accolades for her excellence in journalism. She was recognized with an Associated Press Award and has been part of important team coverage at stations that were awarded a regional Murrow and Emmys.

when she looked back at her NHS yearbook in preparation for this award and the majority of well-wishes from her classmates said “see you on TV one day!”

Upon graduating from Needham High in 1994, Kimberly earned her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University (AU) in Washington DC. Kimberly believes she had a “leg up” on her fellow classmates in AU’s Communications School due to the rigorous internship program that NHS offered through what was then known as “Continental Cablevision,” Needham’s local cable station. It was there she learned how to shoot and edit tape; as well as produce television segments and broadcast live programming.

Kimberly has been working in Boston for several years, where she has reported from the front lines of some of the biggest events in recent Massachusetts history. She covered: the Marathon Attacks; the arrest of former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez; the capture of notorious gangster Whitey Bulger; the Western Massachusetts tornado and several local sports team championships. Kimberly has been reporting locally for WHDH in Boston for a little more than a year. She spent 5+ years at WCVB here in Needham prior to that. Before returning home, Kimberly reported for WMURTV in Manchester, NH, WMAR-TV in Baltimore, MD, WSPA-TV in Spartanburg, SC and WETM-TV in Elmira, NY. Kimberly has won accolades for her excellence in journalism. She was recognized with an Associated Press Award and has been part of important team coverage at stations that were awarded a regional Murrow and Emmys.

Kimberly Bookman Husband

Information Regarding her Personal life has been kept very private we will update when information is available.

Kimberly Bookman Salary

Her exact Earnings and Salary are still under Investigation we will updtae when information is available.

Kimberly Bookman Channel 7

Kimberly Bookman announced on Twitter today that she is joining WHDH 7 News in August as a general assignment reporter.Kimberly has worked as a freelance reporter for WCVB-TV’s NewsCenter 5 since 2009, reporting stories from locations all over New England.In 2010, she was part of the Emmy-winning teams reporting on the “Mattapan Massacre” and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority water main break.

Among many other memorable stories in 2011, Kimberly has covered the Bruins Stanley Cup championship win, the Western Massachusetts tornado and the capture of Boston’s most notorious gangster, Whitey Bulger.Previously, Kimberly worked as a freelance TV reporter and fill-in anchor at WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH. While there, she covered the 2008 Presidential primary debates and numerous election related stories. Kimberly has held similar positions at WFXT-TV and NECN in Boston, WMAR-TV in Baltimore, WSPA-TV in Spartanburg, SC and WETM-TV in Elmira, NY.

Kimberly’s excellence in journalism has been recognized with 3 New England Emmys and 1 Southeastern Emmy. She has also won awards from the New York State Broadcasters Association and Associated Press.Kimberly volunteers her free time to both the Anti-Defamation League and Dress for Success organizations.Kimberly received a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from American University. A Needham native, Kimberly made her first appearance on WCVB with her fifth grade weather class. Kimberly also interned at the station during a summer in college.