Ms. Keisha Grant '96
Keisha Grant is an anchor for NBC Connecticut. She can be seen weeknights at 6 and 11 p.m.
Keisha is an Emmy Award winner who has covered a wide range of breaking news stories from coast to coast including some of Connecticut’s most memorable headlines of the last decade. From the corruption scandal that brought down former Gov. John Rowland to the massacre at Hartford Distributors, the worst workplace shooting in state history. She also led the station’s 2011 wall-to-wall coverage of Hurricane Irene.
Prior to joining the NBC Connecticut team in 2003, Keisha worked as an anchor and reporter at WSYX-WTTE in Columbus, Ohio. She has also worked as a general assignment reporter in Palm Springs, California, and in West Covina, California, where she started her career.
Keisha pursued a BA in Television Broadcasting while attending the University of La Verne.
Recently, Keisha was honored by the NAACP for her commitment to community involvement. She has also been honored with awards from several other organizations including The Ohio Valley Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Society of Professional Journalists and MADD.
Keisha loves hiking, traveling, mentoring youth and enjoying everything that nature has to offer! She says her parents are her role models and credits her mother’s strength and her father’s West Indian culture to her strong values and work ethic.
Keisha lives in the Farmington Valley with her husband, two children and their two cats.