Kimberly Brooks

Kimberly Brooks is a versatile correspondent who has covered stories across the world including controversial gold mining in Dominican Republic, the music and culture of Easter Island, and the legacy of Oprah Winfrey’s Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa (‘O Girls’). She is also one of the hosts of "The Feed," a weekly look at what’s catching our attention, pissing us off, making us laugh, and stirring up friendly fights (or spirited debate) across our social feeds. The call-it-like-we-see-it weekly program will feature a diverse set of contributors who weigh in passionately on subjects ranging from politics to pop culture


Additionally, Kim serves as the co-anchor of ‘Nightline on Fusion’ along with ABC News’ Gio Benitez. The weekly extension of ABC News’ late-night newsmagazine, takes an unvarnished, behind-the-scenes look at the most interesting stories of the week.


Before joining FUSION TV in 2014, Brooks was a fellow for ABC News where she produced stories for World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Good Morning America, and Nightline. Prior to ABC, Brooks worked behind the scenes in production — beginning at The Oprah Winfrey Show. She then moved on to produce for NBC’s lifestyle programs in Chicago and New York  — winning two regional Emmys with her team. 


Originally from Ohio, Brooks holds a degree from Northwestern University and a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University. She currently resides in Miami, FL.