This was posted Thursday, January 5, 2017 by Rodney Ho on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog
Karen Graham, who left Fox 5 in early September after 16 years, is starting a new venture helping the deaf.
She told the Atlanta Daily World: “The deaf community has a special place in my heart, so I knew my next career step would fall in this area. I am so excited to combine my professional experience with an extraordinary service for the deaf community. There’s nothing like this out there.”
[She revealed details that night about a new TV news network focused on American Sign Language. Details here.]
What she plans to do relates to equal access to communications in American Sign Language. She has been an active advocate for the deaf for more than a decade.
Graham, who was with “Good Day Atlanta” from 2009 until early September of last year, plans to release the details on exactly what services she will provide for the deaf on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Ray of Hope Christian Church in Decatur.
According to her Linkedin page, “I minister to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing during church services and other events, I assisted the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in preparing for college and high school graduation, I interpreted during job interviews and I am the lead choreographer for the Deaf ministry’s dance team.”