Peggy Pico is a three-time Regional Emmy Award recipient. She serves on the Executive Board of Governors and is a board member for the NATAS-Pacific Southwest Chapter and a National Trustee. Peggy began her broadcast journalism career at KCBS and KTLA in Los Angeles. A year later she landed her first on-camera anchor and reporter job in Tucson Arizona, and was quickly promoted as a reporter for CBS in Dallas. Then, she returned to KCBS / KCAL as their dynamic morning reporter until she was recruited by NBC 7 San Diego, followed by NBC in the Bay Area. In 2010, she returned to her hometown of San Diego to launch a new nightly news show at KPBS where she was an anchor, interview host, and reporter for the TV news show and for NPR as a affiliate station journalist.
In 2014, Peggy became a Fellow in the prestigious Loyola Law School for Journalist. Currently, Peggy is wrapping up her first book and is a freelance journalist at TV and radio stations in California. She also co-hosts “Radioactive Retro-Brunch,” a morning radio show on KCR “Just because its so much fun!” When Peggy’s not telling stories on every platform known to mankind, you’ll find her sailing, doing yoga or cracking up at any comedy club who will let her in more than once.