AUSTIN, Texas — Conner Board joined KVUE as a reporter in 2021.
Conner is a lover of outdoor adventures, country music and people! Her love for being a part of a community and serving others is what led her to be a journalist.
Previously, Conner worked for three years as an evening anchor in Huntsville, Alabama, at WZDX News. Prior to that, she spent two years as a morning anchor in Pocatello, Idaho, at KPVI News 6.
Conner is originally from Reno, Nevada, and received her bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in music from the University of Nevada, Reno. During her college years, she was an intern for KTVN News 2 in Reno, Nevada, and for the county music news website “Nashville Country Club” in Nashville, Tennessee. There, she was able to mix her love of reporting and music by covering the music industry and interviewing some of country’s most influential artists.
Conner is passionate about giving back to others and has volunteered for over a decade in the special needs community. She has been a coach and volunteer for the Special Olympics and has also volunteered at a performing arts center for people with special needs, among other things. Conner enjoys telling stories that raise awareness of the special needs community and also help to provide resources and insight into what can be done to better serve those people.
When Conner is not on your TV screen or out reporting in the community, she can usually be found on a hiking trail! Conner loves everything outdoors, including backpacking, biking, kayaking, horseback riding – you name it! She enjoys playing guitar and singing in her free time as well.