The beautiful, exquisite and talented Campbell Brown was named White House correspondent for NBC News in February
2001. She reports from the White House for NBC News broadcasts, including the top-rated Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, Today,
and MSNBC, NBCs 24-hour news and information network.
Prior to being named White House correspondent,
Brown had been part of the NBC News team covering the presidential campaign of Republican candidate George W. Bush. She reported
throughout the Decision 2000 election cycle, and covered the Republican primaries, the Republican National Convention, the
Presidential Debates and Election Day. She also spent over a month reporting from Austin, Texas, on the post-election-day
Florida recount story.
Prior to covering the Bush campaign, Brown had been a Washington, D.C.,
based NBC News correspondent. Joining the network in 1998, Brown was first assigned to cover President Clintons impeachment
trial. After that, she was assigned to the Pentagon, reporting on the war in Kosovo. During her time in the Washington bureau,
Brown also traveled extensively with President Clinton.
From 1996-1998 she was a correspondent for the NBC News Channel, where she covered national breaking news stories
such as the crash of Swiss Air Flight #111 and the popes historic visit to Cuba for NBC affiliates, MSNBC and CNBC. During
that time, she was also a substitute anchor for the networks then overnight newscast NBC Nightside.
Brown started her career in local news as the political reporter covering Kansas politics for KSNT-TV, the NBC affiliate
in Topeka, Kan. She then moved to WWBT-TV, the NBC affiliate in Richmond, Va. Brown also reported for WBAL-TV in Baltimore,
Md., and WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., before joining the network.
Brown grew up in Louisiana,
and graduated from Regis College in Denver, Colo., with a B.A. in Political Science. After graduation, she spent a year teaching
English in the former Czechoslovakia. Brown currently resides in Washington, D.C.