Deborah Roberts

ABC News Correspondent, 20/20

Previously, Roberts was the bureau chief of WFTV-TV, the ABC affiliate in Orlando, from February 1987 to May 1990, and also served as the field anchor for NASA and co-anchor of the weekend news.

Roberts began her career in 1982 at WTVM-TV in Columbus, Georgia, and subsequently worked at WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she was highly praised for her coverage of the state legislature.

A 1982 graduate of the University of Georgia, Roberts was awarded the 1992 University of Georgia Distinguished Alumnus Award, presented annually to recent graduates who have excelled rapidly in their professions. She also earned a Sports Emmy nomination for her coverage of the 1992 Olympics and was cited as top local female anchor by the Orlando Sentinel.

Roberts is also an author, recently penning a book with her husband, NBC weatherman Al Roker, called Been There Done That. She resides in Manhattan with her husband and their two children.