Deborah Feyerick

Independent Journalist, CNN National Correspondent (Ret.)

Deborah Feyerick is an award-winning journalist who spent nearly 20 years at CNN traveling the United States covering crime, terrorism, cyberattacks and the human condition. As a former CNN National Correspondent and Anchor, Feyerick is known for her uncompromising reporting on the Boston Marathon bombing, Pulse nightclub shooting, Sandy Hook elementary school massacre, ISIS terror attacks, cyberthreats, child sex-trafficking, the heroin epidemic and many other major stories. Winner of more than a dozen awards and nominated for multiple Emmys, Feyerick’s work is rooted in an unwavering commitment to investigate thoroughly and report accurately. Having retired from CNN in 2017, Feyerick travels globally and is sought out as a speaker, moderator and subject expert.