She has enjoyed a love of news and story telling for 18 years, covering breaking news and elections for all levels of government.
Keri’s career began in 1994 as morning show writer in her hometown of Edmonton, before taking on the challenging role of photojournalist in Red Deer, AB. She covered Central Alberta with nothing but a News Camera, a Chevy Chevette and a brick cell phone. Two years later, she went back to Edmonton as a night reporter and eventually weekend news anchor.
In 2001, Keri headed west to Vancouver where she worked as a reporter and Weekend Morning News Anchor with Global Television before being snapped up by CTV British Columbia.
In 2005, Keri received the Jack Webster Award for ‘Best News Reporting’ for her work on the fatal North Vancouver Mudslide, and was nominated in 2004 for ‘Best Feature Reporting’. But by far her greatest accomplishment: raising two beautiful daughters, juggling life and motherhood.