Renee Lobo has been a producer, broadcast journalist, investigative reporter, and anchor for International Television for nearly 15 years, serving the South Asian community. Ms. Lobo is also a community leader and activist who has spent 20 years assisting new immigrants by providing access to services and programs, often highlighting the issues that most impact this group in the media. In addition to her work at ITV, she serves: as a member of: the Queens District Attorney’s Asian Advisory Council, CB 6 in Queens, and 112th Precinct Community Council; is board director of Community Understanding for Racial & Ethnic Equality (CURE) Board member and Chair for Domestic Violence Unit for the Center for Women of NY; Director of South Asian Bone Marrow Association; Founder/Director of Eyes for Hope; community advisory board member of the Flushing Hospital and board member of CCHAYA -Community Development Corporation. Ms. Lobo, who speaks fluent Hindi, Urdu, and Italian, received a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the State University of NY, an M.A. in Political Management from George Washington University, an advanced Honors diploma from the London School of Journalism, and an advanced diploma in Italian Language and Culture from Perugia, Italy.