Aimee Cho knew right away from her young age that she wanted to be a journalist someday.
She remembers everything vividly: how she wanted to make a difference by telling impactful stories- giving a voice to those who might not otherwise be heard.
Having said it all, it must now be obvious why she loves her job so much.
NBC4 Aimee Cho’s Wiki, Family
Aimee's father, who served for twenty years in the Air Force, was indeed an inspiration for his daughter, growing up.
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Like Aimee, her sister, Victoria Cho, is right on track to a better future. On 8 June 2018, Victoria made her folks all-smiles- graduating from Langley High School. Both the Cho-girls went to the same high school.
All thanks to a fantastic upbringing that today, everyone in the family gets to feel pride in one another’s attainments.
Aimee, 24, grew up looking forward to her birthday every year on the 1st of December.
Married To Husband?
Sure enough, Aimee is not a married woman!
However, she is off the market, and she makes sure that everyone knows. It was back on the 1st of August 2018 that she started to share pictures with her boyfriend in her social media.
And, ever since, she lets on the proof that she is happy and still going strong as ever with “her person.”
Last seen, they had the best of times at Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, at the Emmys, where Aimee was also nominated.
NBC4's Aimee Cho and her boyfriend attend Emmys on 23 June 2019 (Photo: Aimee Cho's Instagram)
She did not win but was super excited and honored celebrating the accomplishments of her wonderful NBC4/Telemundo 44 coworkers.
Aimee is currently a general assignment reporter/MMJ at NBC4 Washington, where she “pitches, shoots, writes and edits” stories for her big audiences.
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Before joining NBC4 full time, she interned at the station for over three summers. After being accepted into the prestigious Emma Bowen Foundation’s ‘Internship Program,’- she entered NBC4 for the first time.
And, as her internship concluded in 2017, NBC4 hired her as a multimedia journalist.
More to her journalism career, Aimee also worked as a reporter and anchor at ICTV- Ithaca College's news station.