Heather Cabot

Adjunct Faculty

Broadcast

Heather Cabot is a former ABC News correspondent and anchor with more than twenty years of experience as an on-air reporter and freelance writer. Since 2007, she has served as a digital trends expert for Yahoo!, appearing regularly on TV including, "Today", CNN, MSNBC, "Rachael Ray," and "The Martha Stewart Show." While at ABC News, Cabot co-anchored "World News Now" and "World News This Morning" and reported for "Good Morning America" and "World News Tonight." After graduating from the J-School in 1993, Cabot launched her TV reporting career on the assignment desk at NY-1 News.  She went on to report and anchor at award-winning stations around the U.S., including WCAX-TV, WFSB-TV, KUSA-TV and WUSA-TV.  Cabot is a recipient of the Joan Shorenstein Congressional Fellowship by the American Political Science Association and was honored by the Denver chapter of Women in Communications for her in-depth, multi-media reporting on high stakes testing and education reform in Colorado.
 
Cabot's writing has appeared in Parents, The Denver Post, The Baltimore Sun, USA Today, Huffington Post, Yahoo! and the bestselling anthology Torn: True Stories of Kids, Career and the Conflict of Modern Motherhood.
 
She blogs at thewellmom.com. More at www.heathercabot.com.