Tracy Winborn, a Texas native, has produced hundreds of live newscasts. She's covered everything from Presidential elections to the 9/11 terrorist attacks to the two American aid workers kidnapped by the Taliban and later rescued by U.S. Special Forces in the midst of war.
Tracy joined CBN in 2006 as an Internet producer. A short time later, she joined the Newswatch team to produce a daily 30-minute newscast seen throughout the U.S. Tracy also travels with CBN to produce from the field - having worked on stories like the Lakeland Revival, American Idol, and the 2008 McCain election party.
Tracy graduated from Baylor University with two Bachelor's degrees in Journalism and Telecommunications. She began her career at KXXV in Waco, Texas, and worked her way up from intern to morning news producer. She then moved to KCEN, the NBC affiliate in Waco, where she produced the 6 & 10pm newscasts. A short time later, she was promoted to the NBC station in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she produced the 10pm newscast.
Tracy also spent two years teaching high school journalism in Houston, Texas. And she also served as an underground missionary to Central Asia for two years.