Jacqueline Karli spent more than 25 years covering stories affecting Southern California. Now she and her husband/co-anchor, Todd Karli, are excited to report on the issues important to the people of Delmarva while enjoying a change in lifestyle.
An award-winning journalist, she is the recipient of numerous industry honors including multiple Emmy and Golden Mike Awards. She also received the prestigious regional Edward R. Murrow award for her coverage of a homeless teen and his mother who were victims of the recession. Jacqueline is passionate about highlighting the plight of young people who are determined to succeed despite facing overwhelming circumstances. She sees local news as the perfect opportunity to showcase people who lead and inspire.
A native of Washington State, Jacqueline graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Communications from the University of Washington. She landed her first reporting job in Montana before moving to Bakersfield, Calif., where she met and married Todd. The couple has two children who will be attending schools in Worcester County.
When she's not busy covering the news, Jacqueline can probably be found savoring some of the many activities available on Delmarva such as biking and kayaking with her family. She also looks forward to putting roots down in the community and volunteering to help local causes.