Natasha Zouves is a three-time Emmy Award-winning journalist. She is an anchor and investigative reporter on NewsNation.
Zouves was previously a news anchor and reporter for ABC7 in San Francisco before being named a Knight Fellow at Stanford.
A multi-ethnic storyteller, Zouves is passionate about journalism’s capacity to give a “voice to the voiceless.” While at ABC7 News in the Bay Area, she anchored the weekday morning show. In addition to her role behind the desk, Zouves served as a reporter seeking out raw human stories, dealing with issues like the housing crisis’s effect on domestic violence survivors’ ability to leave their abusers. She highlighted stories of resilience, bringing together two men who jumped from the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. Their message of regret, strength, and hope opened up an important conversation about mental health resources and access to those resources.
Zouves brings a strong foundation in science and a focus on humanity to her work. She holds a Master’s degree from Johns Hopkins in Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship in addition to dual journalism and science degrees from USC.