Pat Brown has been a weather anchor on local television newscasts and a member of the morning team at KyXy radio. Over the years, Pat traveled from the rainforests of Australia to the Alps of Austria. Closer to home, she scuba dived with sharks and flew supersonic in a Navy F-14 fighter jet, earning five Emmy Awards along the way.
Prior to San Diego, Pat co-hosted "PM Magazine" at WCCO-TV in Minneapolis , Minn. and at WDTN-TV in Dayton , Ohio . Before breaking into television, Pat worked at The Washington Post while earning her degree in Communications from American University in Washington , D.C. She is also a credentialed teacher and taught fifth grade in Solana Beach .
In the San Diego community, Pat is a trustee emeritus of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, serves on the Alzheimer's Association Board of Trustees, and the Burn Institute Advisory Board. She has been honored with the Leadership Award by National University and named "Health Hero" by Combined Health Agencies for her volunteer work with MS and the Alzheimer's Association.
Pat has airtime that has nothing to do with television: she has soloed a single-engine airplane, piloted a blimp and a sail plane, run off a cliff in a hang glider, ridden in hot air balloons and helicopters, and endured aerobatics in an open-cockpit bi-plane. Don't forget sky diving.
In her free time, Pat loves reading, traveling, cooking, photography and exploring history.