Aimee Cho is a general assignment reporter for News4.
Cho grew up in Great Falls, Virginia, where she wanted to be a journalist from a young age. She attended Langley High School then Cornell University. Cho wrote for the Cornell Daily Sun and for Ithaca College's student-run TV station.
After being accepted into the prestigious Emma Bowen Foundation Internship Program, Cho spent three summers at NBC4 working in various departments, including the newsroom. At the conclusion of her participation in 2016, NBC4 hired her to be a multimedia journalist.
During her time at NBC4, Cho won two awards for her work as a multimedia journalist, shooting, writing and editing stories. One was an EMMY from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and the second was from the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters. Cho also earned an EMMY for a profile of a beloved Bethesda football coach with Down syndrome.
Cho is very involved in the Asian American Journalists Association. She currently lives in Chevy Chase.