Ann Curry is the NBC News National and International Correspondent/ Anchor, for all the platforms of NBC News including “NBC Nightly News,” “Rock Center,” "Today," “Dateline,” and all digital properties. Curry is
also anchor of multiple NBC News primetime specials and chief substitute anchor for “NBC Nightly News.” She has distinguished herself in global humanitarian reporting, frequently traveling to remote areas of the world
for under-reported stories. She has traveled six times to Sudan and neighboring Chad, to report on the violence and ethnic cleansing taking place in Darfur. She has broadcast live from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to report on war crimes against women and children. She has revealed deplorable conditions of Serbia’s mental institutions and was the first network news anchor to report on the humanitarian refugee crisis caused by the genocide in Kosovo, reporting for NBC News from Albania and Macedonia.

She was named Twitter's #1 in its list of top 10 most powerful tweets of 2010, for a 50-character message asking the Air Force to allow physicians to land in Haiti to administer aid to the injured and dying.

In 2011, she was named in Forbes magazine's 100 most powerful women in the world.

Her awards include seven Emmy Awards, four Golden Mikes, several Associated Press Certificates of Excellence, three Gracie Awards, a Matrix Award from New York Women in Communications, and an award for Excellence in Reporting from the NAACP.