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Pat St. Claire

Pat St. Claire is a correspondent for CNNRadio Network. Based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta, she is responsible for covering stories in the Southeastern United States. St. Claire previously has worked as a business anchor and editor for the network. She joined CNNRadio in 1986 and worked as an overnight anchor for the network for seven years. St. Claire also has been a weekend anchor for CNN Headline News.

Prior to joining CNN, St. Claire served in a variety of positions, including as an airborne traffic reporter for Metro Traffic Control in Atlanta, which broadcasts traffic reports to more than 1 million Atlanta-area listeners daily. St. Claire also hosted Atlanta television talk show There's No Stopping Us on Prime Cable from 1984-1985.

St. Claire was the youngest news anchor hired by Keener Broadcasting Corp, as an anchor of the afternoon drive news program on WKNR Radio in Battle Creek, Mich., when she was 16 years old.

St. Claire has covered stories ranging from the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego to the dragging death of James Byrd, in Jasper, Texas, which was the basis of her Edward R Murrow Award-winning series, True Colors.

St. Claire has won several awards for her radio work, including two Edward R. Murrow awards for feature reporting and a Sigma Delta Chi Green Eyeshade Award. She has been honored several times by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists for her feature reporting.

She earned a bachelor's degree from The Olivet College in Michigan.


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