Originally from San Francisco, Coleen has a long history of reporting news in California.
In fact, Coleen has served as an anchor and reporter in Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and Eureka, where she kicked off her television career.
Coleen came to ABC7 from KOVR-TV in Sacramento, where she served as a news anchor.
She also worked in Dayton, Ohio.
Coleen holds a degree in broadcast and electronic communications from San Francisco State University.
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