Adrienne Bankert steps into Carey’s office this week. Adrienne is an Emmy-winning reporter and host of Morning in America on NewsNation. In this episode, Adrienne shares her journey of working her way up through the reporting ranks, why she’s always aware of ‘hot mics,’ and what inspired her to write the book, “Your Hidden Superpower: The Kindness That Makes You Unbeatable at Work and Connects You with Anyone.”
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About Adrienne Bankert:
Adrienne Bankert is a national anchor with the newly launched network, NewsNation based in Chicago. She is the host of “Morning in America,” which launched just this week! 4-7 am PT / 7-9 am ET every weekday! She considers this a dream come true.
For the last five years, she was a national correspondent with ABC News, winning two Emmys for her work on Good Morning America. She has reported from Tokyo, Prague, and Paris, covering some of the biggest names and headlines around the world. Her storytelling range is vast. She’s covered some of the most significant stories of the last decade, including the 2016 and 2020 presidential campaigns, the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and the rescue of a youth soccer team trapped in a Thailand cave. She has also reported extensively on the entertainment industry, interviewing such giants as Lady Gaga, Dwayne Johnson, Brad Pitt, Viola Davis, Harrison Ford, and Will Smith.
In her latest book, “Your Hidden Superpower: The Kindness that Makes You Unbeatable at Work and Connects You with Anyone,” she shares how the power of kindness creates an authentic method and muscle memory for being more fulfilled, more relatable, and cultivates a genuinely safe space within teams, friendships, with strangers, and high-caliber individuals.