TV News Anchor, Dawn Timmeney, Returns to George School
Friday, April 21, 2006
Issued: April 20, 2006
Television news anchor Dawn Timmeney graduated from George School
in 1979. She returns to campus on Monday morning, April 24, 2006, as a career
workshop speaker to describe her career in journalism to students and faculty. Her
presentation will be from 10:00 to 10:40 a.m. in Walton Center Auditorium.
Besides journalism, careers represented include a
climbing center entrepreneur, a physician assistant, a medical student, sports
managers, a concert and club promoter, a music producer, a graphic designer, a
screenwriter, an attorney, a café owner, an executive chef, a wealth manager, a
chief information officer, and a criminal justice specialist.
Since 2003, Dawn Timmeney has performed her “Dawn Patrol”
duties from 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. as part of the NBC 10 News Today anchor team. She
still contributes reports to the 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 p.m. news broadcasts. She
recently won an Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment Broadcast for the half-hour
Best Summer Gig Ever.
Other speakers include parent Ted Tally and seven additional
alumni: Robert Burchman ’96, Andrew Cantor ’77, Meg Hagele ’88, Lucy Judson
’69, Katharine (Kejy) Judson-Yager ’95, Kassem Lucas ’90, and Clay Tyson ’81.
Jim Collins, Anthony Dagrosa, Joe Dupriest, Jimmy Flail, Peter Harvey, Roland
Pott, and Carl Rosenberg will also discuss their careers.