Simone Boyce is reporter and host for NBC News and MSNBC in New York. She brings a rare ability to connect with diverse audiences across both traditional broadcast platforms and new media.

Simone comes to NBC News from KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles where she was a general assignment reporter. In 2017, she reported from the front-lines of the largest wildfire in California history and the deadly Montecito Mudslides. At FOX 5 News in New York, Simone executive produced her own lifestyle series and earned an Emmy nomination for her reporting on the hidden roots of the underground railroad in Brooklyn and lower Manhattan.

In addition to working in broadcast news, Simone has made a name for herself as an accomplished digital presence. Working for Mic.com, she recently covered women’s issues as a digital correspondent and went on to work as a regular host and contributor for Young Turks. But her versatility doesn’t stop there. As a journalist thriving in the intersection of culture and politics, Simone has served as a pop culture correspondent for Access Hollywood and, in 2017, moderated a healthcare debate between Senator Barbara Boxer and Newt Gingrich.

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