Carol Costello is an award-winning journalist and former anchor and correspondent at CNN. Her distinguished career as a local, regional, and national broadcaster spans three decades, covering a broad range of world leaders, events, and politics. She has won an Emmy Award for her reporting on the crack/cocaine epidemic, a Dupont for her coverage of the Indonesian tsunami, and 2 Emmy award nominations for broadcast performance and best morning show. Carol also participated in CNN’s Peabody-award-winning coverage of Hurricane Katrina, and the 2008 presidential election. She now teaches journalism at LMU. Her current passion is healing the nation’s divide one small step at a time.