Nadine Woodward serves as co-anchor on all KREM 2 News evening newscasts, including The 10pm broadcast on KREM 2's sister station KSKN-22. She has been a member of the KREM 2 News team since 1990.
A graduate of the University of Portland, Nadine landed her first job at KCOX-TV in her hometown of Vancouver, Wash., as a reporter, producer and anchor. She then spent two years as a main anchor at KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho, before moving on to sister station KIDK-TV in Idaho Falls, Idaho, as an anchor-reporter.
From there, Nadine joined KREM 2 in October of 1990.
Active in the community, Nadine's volunteerism includes service as a board member for the Crisis Pregnancy Center and the establishment of a maternity home for single women in Spokane; honorary chairperson for the Alzheimer's Association's Memory Walk; honorary board member of Anna Ogden Hall expansion project; fundraising and marketing for Union Gospel Mission; Vice Chairperson for the Franklin Graham Inland Northwest Festival, Honorary Chairperson for Teen Challenge and recipient of the Media Award from Families Northwest for her community involvement in organizations that build strong families.
Besides being active in numerous KREM 2 community projects including the American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Second Harvest Food Bank, Nadine is the host and reporter for the station's HealthLink initiative. She also regularly speaks at area churches, youth groups, schools and service groups throughout the Inland Northwest.
Married with two children, Nadine loves to travel and spend time with her family.
"Many people place importance in the fact that I perform my job in front of a camera," Nadine said. "But the role I value and cherish most of all is the one I perform everyday as mother to my children."
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