As a television and radio professional, Doris McMillon's career has spanned the nation and the international community. In addition to anchoring and hosting programs for the former United States Information Agency, Ms. McMillon reported for WJR Radio in Detroit, Michigan. She was a correspondent and anchor for the NBC Radio Network in New York. When she moved to television, she co-anchored and reported in prime-time news hour slots at WABC-TV, Eyewitness News including tenure at Metromedia/Fox New York flagship station, WNTW-TV, where she went undercover as a welfare recipient for the hard-hitting, Emmy Award winning series, The Welfare Rip-off. Her stellar career took her to WJLA-TV and Black Entertainment TV in Washington, D.C.