A LIFE AFTER A LIFE AFTER

Colleen Dudgeon, former news director of CBS-owned WBBM in Chicago was the first woman ever to hold that job at any network-owned station back in the 80’s and early 90’s.

She was at the station for 10 years before leaving in 1991.

Most recently, she’s been a Midwest-based producer for NBC’s “Today Show” as well as moonlighting as an adjunct professor at DePaul University

Now, Dudgeon’s joined Serafin & Associates, a Chicago-based public affairs consulting firm.

In her new role she will be working on media training and strategy, and TV/digital story development.

Before her WBBM tenure, Dudgeon worked for the Midwest bureau of UPI and Tribune’s WGN.

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