Savannah Guthrie:  A Journey of Resilience and Success

– Born in Bedford, New Hampshire, in 1972 – Grew up in Phoenix, Arizona – Studied journalism at the University of Arizona – Graduated with honors in 1994

– Worked as a production assistant for NBC's Today show – Reported for local news stations in Columbia, Missouri, and Denver, Colorado – Joined NBC News in 2007

– Covered the 2008 presidential election for NBC News – Became a correspondent for the Today show in 2009 – Co-anchored the Today show from 2012 to 2021

– Married to Michael Feldman since 2014 – They have two children together

– Received numerous awards for her work, including two Peabody Awards – Named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in 2018 – Honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019

She has written two children's books, "Princesses Wear Pants" and "Princesses Save the Day", which she co-authored with Allison Oppenheim.

She Announces Faith-Based Book 'Mostly What God Does'

Savannah Guthrie is an inspiration to women everywhere. She has overcome adversity to achieve her dreams and become one of the most respected journalists in the country.