Donna Wilson

Donna Wilson is an award-winning reporter and anchor for Bloomberg Radio. Donna anchors newscasts for Bloomberg’s urban affiliates. The national daily business reports focus on financial stories of interest to an African-American audience. Donna covers market and economic news, profiles of African American entrepreneurs and executives, polls on minority viewpoints, and financial stories involving well-known athletes, entertainers and members of the Congressional Black Caucus. Donna is also the reporter and producer of special series of reports during Black History Month, Black Music Month and Women's History Month. Her reports have won over 40 national and local awards. In addition to covering urban news, Donna also reports on the stock market, financial, economic and education news. Prior to joining Bloomberg Radio in 2001, Donna Wilson was news anchor and deputy news director for WBLS and WLIB Radio in New York City. She covered urban, general market and entertainment news. She also hosted WBLS's public affairs show, for which she received a New York Metro Air Award for Best Public Affairs Show in 2000. Donna also held on-air and management positions at WWRL Radio in New York for over a decade. Donna hosted a four-hour daily call-in talk show in which she interviewed guests ranging from former President Bill Clinton to civil rights icon Rosa Parks. Donna received a first place award for Best Talk Show from the New York State Broadcasters Association. Donna Wilson holds a B.A from New York Institute of Technology.