Pat Harvey

Inside Biography

Award-winning broadcast journalist Pat Harvey is one of the most popular journalists in the field of media. She became a co-anchor of KCBS news at 5 & 11 PM, in 2010. Her decade-long contribution as a journalist, Harvey also won 19 local Emmy Awards.

As of now, Pat Harvey is a married woman. She is married to her husband Ken Lombard

Who Is Pat Harvey? 

Pat Harvey was born on November 13, 1970, in Detroit, Michigan, United States. She belongs to American nationality and as far as her ethnicity is concerned, she is mixed.

Harvey has not disclosed information about her family and early life. She graduated from Cass Techincal High School. 

Pat Harvey's Husband Is Ken Lombard - Marriage & Daughter

The 67-year-old Pat Harvey married Ken Lombard. The information on when they got married and their marital life is not known. However, the couple's pictures can be widely found on the internet where they look happy together.

Pat Harvey's husband is Ken Lombard.  SOURCE: Pinterest

Pat's husband Ken Lombard is the only man in her life known so far. Other than him, there is no information on her past relationships. The lovely couple is blessed with a daughter named Michelle Byrd Lombard.

The family of three currently resides in Los Angeles, California. 

What is Pat Harvey's Net Worth? Riches & Earnings

The exact amount of Pat Harvey's net worth is still under review. However, some sources state that Pat Harvey has a net worth of $1 million. She primarily makes money from her work in various networks. 

The media personality Pat is reportedly paid more than $64,000 as an annual salary. 

Career Highlights

Pat Harvey stepped into the profession of journalism through the local news channel in Saginaw, Michigan, NBC-affiliate WNEM TV. She showed her skills and talent in her job which made her stand as a pioneer among her fellow mates making her way to land the job at CNN. 

Harvey worked for CNN HLN as a news anchor in 1982 and later as an anchor for the CNN morning news program until 1985. In addition to CNN, she has worked for KCAL-TV 9 and its sister station KCBS-TV, traveling extensively covering the headline stories of the times which include the Papal Conclave in Rome, the AIDS epidemic in East Africa, and Russia, the civil war in El Salvador and all-race elections in South Africa.

Harvey became the first journalist to interview Jeanette Harris, a dismissed juror. 

Other Ventures of Pat

Pat Harvey is not limited to journalism. She is active in charity as well. Pat Harvey along with her four TV anchorwomen (colleagues) formed the Good News Foundation.

The foundation built a computer lab for homeless children in South LA and a library for homeless women at Downtown Women Center. In addition to it, the foundation offered annual college scholarships for aspiring female journalists.

Awards & Accolades of Pat 

Pat Harvey is the winner of 19 local Emmy awards. She has also won a national Emmy. Besides, she is the receiver of the Joseph M. Quinn Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004 from the L.A. Press Club. She was named the Best News anchor by the Associated Press. She received the Genii Award in 2008 from American Women in Radio and Television.

Pat Harvey is also awarded the Peter Lisagor Award by the Society of Professional Journalists. She carried the 2002 Olympic torch through downtown Los Angeles. She has also received two honorary doctorate degrees in humanities.


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by Bchrome, 21 Feb, 2017

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