Deborah Horne has been a reporter at KIRO 7 since 1991 and the executive producer of KIRO 7 InColor.
Horne created InColor, a public affairs show about the diversity of the Pacific Northwest, in 1994. The show, which she also hosts, has been honored with four Emmy awards and received national recognition.
In 2005, she also created KIRO Backstage, an Emmy-nominated show about women in the Northwest.
Deborah has served on the boards of Seattle Emergency Housing and the Seattle City Council’s Domestic Violence Committee, where she hosted forums looking at the issue of domestic violence across every population group. She also served on the boards of Big Sisters of Rhode Island and the Urban League of Rhode Island. In addition, she has volunteered at a battered women’s shelter.
Deborah is a graduate of Hampton University in Virginia and The Ohio State University.
Deborah returns as emcee for the New Beginnings Benefit Lunch on Tuesday October 22, 2013. For more information on the event and how to reserve your seat at It’s Everyone’s Business to Stop Domestic Violence, please visit the New Beginnings website .
New Beginnings’ mission is to provide shelter, advocacy and support for battered women and their children and to change attitudes and social institutions that foster and perpetuate violence. It provides services to those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence—physical, emotional, or sexual abuse. Some are in physical danger. Others are living with controlling partners in relationships that are emotionally abusive. Learn how to get help, how to get involved, how to donate and how to learn more about domestic violence in our community at New Beginnings.
A play on stage at the Intiman Theater has a very familiar storyline. A wealthy white family returns home a final time before selling their estate. But in “Two Mile Hollow,” the actors playing the white family are Asian.