Deanna Dewberry, is a multi-award winning anchor and investigative reporter with three decades of experience in television news. Her strong commitment to consumer issues not only made her a popular advocate for the community but has also been instrumental in shaping new legislation.
In March 2017, Deanna joined the News10NBC team. She anchors the 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. show and also reports on consumer advocacy issues.
Deanna is a four-time cancer survivor and is actively involved in community activities that enrich the lives of cancer survivors and promote research. In 2020 she was the recipient of the Breast Cancer Coalition’s Harriet Susskind Rosenblum Advocate Spirit Award, and currently serves on the Coalition’s Advisory Council. In addition, Deanna has also acted as Mistress of Ceremonies for the Breast Cancer Coalition’s annual Pink & Teal Challenge and has proudly walked the course in her pink tutu! In Dallas she was presented the prestigious Thrive Award, an honor The Cancer Support Community gives annually to one person who exemplifies a passion for assuaging cancer’s suffering. Her commitment to advocating for her community has been evident throughout her career including stops in Dallas, Indianapolis, Little Rock, and Lubbock. That advocacy has earned her 12 regional Emmy Awards which included being named the region’s top consumer reporter.
Deanna has also been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists, Associated Press, Indiana Broadcasters Association, National Association of Black Journalists, Texas Speech Communication Association and the American Cancer Society. In 2009, Martin University awarded her an Honorary Doctorate for her contributions to the field of journalism.
Deanna and her husband have three children and two furry ones, a Bichon Frise and a giant Newfoundland. Deanna’s father also lives with the family and enjoys spending lots of time with his grandchildren.
Email her at email@example.com