1. Headline
  1. Headline
Image: Michelle Kosinski
Heidi Gutman  /  NBC Universal
Michelle Kosinski
updated 1/14/2008 5:40:01 PM ET 2008-01-14T22:40:01

Michelle Kosinski was named NBC News correspondent in 2005. She contributes to all NBC News properties including "NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams," "TODAY", MSNBC and CNBC.

Kosinski has covered a variety of international and national stories for NBC News. She reported from Pakistan on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, and in Europe has covered terrorist threats and attacks in London, Glasgow, and Germany. Kosinski also covered the Alexander Litvinenko poisoning case in London, the Virginia Tech shootings, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the Utah mine collapse.

Previously, Kosinski reported for WTVJ-NBC 6 in Miami, where she received an Emmy for reporting on immigration issues. She was named 2005 Woman of the Year by South Florida Women in Communications.

Kosinski also did numerous longer-form investigative reports for WTVJ and for WSOC-ABC in Charlotte, N.C., where she had previously been bureau chief and was voted "Best Reporter in Charlotte" by readers of the city’s arts and entertainment magazine. Kosinski began her television career at WIFR-CBS in Rockford.

Kosinski was born in Cinnaminson, New Jersey. She earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Chicago.

Interactive: NBC Nightly News staff biographies

More on TODAY.com

  1. Courtesy of Steve Mason

    Parents plead forgiveness for late daughter's $200K student-loan debt

    7/31/2014 7:10:12 PM +00:00 2014-07-31T19:10:12
  1. Special hospital unit in Georgia prepares for Ebola patient

    Emory University Hospital in Atlanta said it is preparing an isolation unit to receive a patient with Ebola disease "within the next several days."

    7/31/2014 9:52:34 PM +00:00 2014-07-31T21:52:34
  1. Kerry and UN announce 72-hour cease-fire in Gaza

    Civilians in Gaza will use the time to receive humanitarian relief, bury their dead, care for the injured and restock food supplies. 

    7/31/2014 9:55:08 PM +00:00 2014-07-31T21:55:08
  1. Courtesy of Tyler Doss

    Watch therapy dog help boy move arm again after brain surgeries

    8/1/2014 12:50:14 AM +00:00 2014-08-01T00:50:14