New York, USA
Ana Cabrera is based in New York and anchors the weekend primetime edition of CNN Newsroom. Throughout 2017 and 2018, she covered the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) deal. She also reported on Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, the Southerland Springs, Texas, church shooting and the London Bridge terror attack.
Cabrera joined CNN in 2013 as a correspondent based in Denver, where she was part of the team that revealed systemic failures in reporting, investigating and tracking alleged sexual abuse at elderly living facilities. She covered the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, following the shooting of Michael Brown and reported on the marijuana legalization movement. Her pesticide investigation resulted in the recall of thousands of pot products in Colorado.
Prior to joining CNN, Cabrera was an anchor for the daily morning news program at KMGH-TV 7 News, the ABC affiliate in Denver, where she covered the Aurora movie theater shooting, the 2012 Denver presidential debate and the High Park fire.
From January 2005 to July 2009, Cabrera was an anchor and reporter at NBC and FOX affiliates in Spokane, Washington. She began her broadcasting career as an intern for Denver's CBS affiliate KCNC-TV and KMGH-TV.
Cabrera has served on the boards of Mi Casa Resource Center and the American Cancer Society. She is a graduate of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University with degrees in communication and in foreign languages and cultures. As a distinguished alumna, she is also a member of the Murrow professional advisory board.