Kennedy Dendy is an Emmy Award-Winning journalist.
Currently, she is the Weekend Morning Anchor/Producer
and a news reporter for KEZI 9 News in Eugene, Oregon.
She won an Emmy award through the
NW chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
in June 2021, alongside her team for coverage of the Oregon wildfires.
Kennedy was born and raised in Dallas, TX.
She graduated from Baylor University in December of 2019
with a journalism major/film and digital media minor.
During the summer of 2019, she interned with CBS This Morning in New York City.
She is currently an Advisory Board Member for the Baylor
Journalism, Public Relations and New Media Department.
At Baylor she served as the executive producer for Lariat TV News. In addition,
she was a broadcast reporter and news anchor for Baylor's weekly newscast program.
Kennedy has won numerous awards, such as Reporter of the Year by the
Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. In addition she placed first at the
2019 National College Media Convention for her coverage of Shawn Oakman's
acquittal, fourth place for team coverage of a shooting near Baylor's campus
and an honorable mention for a feature package
about twin YouTube sensations Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight.
She was recognized as Broadcaster of the Year by the Baylor Lariat in 2019.
Kennedy is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated,
as well as the National Association of Black Journalists.
Reach Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org.