51st Reynolds School Scripps Dinner and Lecture
Keith Garvin is the keynote speaker for the Reynolds School’s 51st Scripps Dinner and Lecture. Garvin is an anchor/reporter for KPRC in Houston, TX. He is also a graduate of the Reynolds School. The event honors the memory of Edward W. “Ted” Scripps II. Past speakers include Forbes Magazine’s Senior Editor Zack O’Malley-Greenburg, NPR’s Mandalit del Barco, ESPN’s Wright Thompson, Google News’ Krishna Bharat and the Washington Post’s Leonard Downie, Jr.
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About Keith Garvin:
Keith Garvin is an anchor and reporter for KPRC-TV in Houston, the tenth largest television market in the country. A native of Texas, he came to UNR on a football scholarship, lettered for the Wolf Pack and graduated from the Reynolds School in 1995 with an emphasis in broadcast journalism.
Prior to joining KPRC in 2012, Keith anchored newscasts and reported for KTVT in Dallas-Fort Worth. He served at the network level as a correspondent for ABC News. Earlier in his career, Keith worked at stations in Reno, Fresno, Raleigh and Washington, DC.
Keith says the best part of his job is meeting people and telling their stories. He was honored to tell the stories of members of the United States military while he was embedded with the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The UNR Alumni Association named him the University’s Outstanding Young Alumnus in 2004.
When Keith isn’t working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four daughters. Their oldest is a student and acro-tumbling athlete at Baylor University. He also enjoys running, reading and dining at Mexican and Thai restaurants.