Judy Woodruff is one of the oldest television journalist of NBC News. She worked as a news anchor, journalist, and writer in several renowned news channels.Early Life (Childhood)
She was born on the laps of Anita Lee (Payne) Woodruff and William H. Woodruff. Her father was an U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer.Interesting Facts
Initially she worked at CBS affiliate WAGA-TV. She worked there as a news anchor for about half a decade. She also worked at PBS.Personal Life
In 1980, she got married to an American columnist Al Hunt. These days he is working as an executive editor at The Wall Street Journal.Achievement
She is the graduate of Duke University.Rumor
One of her child is the patient of Spina bifida.