Kevin Corke is an Emmy-award winning journalist who served as a White House Correspondent for NBC News (2004-2008) and covered a broad range of stories from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Pentagon and Capitol Hill. During his tenure, Corke reported on the political and policy implications on conflicts abroad including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Corke was NBC’s first journalist on the scene following the massacre at Virginia Tech, the deadliest campus shooting in U.S. history.
Prior to his experience at NBC, Corke was an anchor and coordinating producer at ESPN (1999-2004), where he hosted the ‘Sports Center’ program and other broadcasts. Corke also worked as an anchor and reporter in Denver at KUSA-TV (1989-1999).
Corke is a graduate of Harvard University (2004) with a Master’s degree from the Harvard Kennedy School, where he received the Littauer Fellow citation for academic excellence, leadership and commitment to work in the public interest. He also holds Master’s (2002) and Bachelor’s (1988) degrees in journalism from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Corke lives in Washington D.C.