Kerry Drew joined FOX 5 News in April 2012 and she is thrilled to be a part of the station she grew up watching.
Prior to joining Fox 5, Drew worked as a reporter for the PIX 11 Morning News in New York City, where she covered breaking news and feature stories. She also served as a New York-based correspondent for CBS Newspath and anchored "Ebru News" on New Jersey-based Ebru TV, a daily world news broadcast which aired across the U.S. and throughout Europe.
Previously, Drew was a general assignment reporter for News 12 New Jersey, and before that she started her professional career as a weather anchor and reporter for WLNY-TV10/55 on Long Island.
Drew graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan, where she majored in Communications Studies and anchored the school's news programs on cable station WOLV-TV in Ann Arbor. She then received a Master's in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
While in school, Drew interned at "Dayside" on the Fox News Channel and at "Inside Edition."
When she is not at work, Drew loves spending time with friends and family, traveling, and exploring new restaurants and New York City neighborhoods.
She is also an avid sports fan, and enjoys supporting all of the New York teams, and, of course, her beloved Wolverines (Go Blue!).
In this episode of The Dish, Kerry Drew went out to the Mall at Short Hills—yes, a mall—to taste some Italian cuisine.
Chef Chris Cheung's East Wind Snack Shop in Windsor Terrace pays tribute to his childhood in Chinatown.
No forks are necessary when Indian cuisine meets Caribbean street food.
Montreal is only about a 90-minute flight from New York City. We had to check out a dish that this city in Quebec is known for: poutine at La Banquise. Open 24 hours a day, La Banquise has been a staple in its Montreal neighborhood for decades.
It is time to shake things up with a wintertime cocktail or two. Matt Donohue is the bar manager at Refinery Rooftop in Midtown, where you can cozy up by the fireplace and take in views of the Empire State Building.
Bacon, bacon, and more bacon. Belly in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is every bacon lover's dream.
Behind some walls in the West Village lies a piece of New York City history.
Chef Patrick D'Andrea is cooking up something different in his hidden restaurant. It is called PD's Secret Kitchen. Patrick was born and raised in Florence, Italy. His mom owned a bed and breakfast where he learned to cook. After culinary school, Patrick moved to New York where he now works as a private chef for celebrities.
New York's restaurant scene is a melting pot of dishes from around the globe. But you don't see a lot of Hungarian food places. One chef is trying to win over New Yorkers with a few dishes at a time. Jeremy Salamon is stirring up something fresh in the kitchen with a new spin on Hungarian classics.
The Nazis murdered 6 million Jews in the Holocaust. Those who survived had to rebuild their lives. Many of them did so in the United States. More than seven decades later few of them remain.