About Barbara

Barbara White Boyd is an award-winning journalist with 23 years of experience as a television news reporter and anchor.

During her time as a journalist, Barbara covered every presidential campaign and was on-scene at history-making events including:
• Oklahoma City Bombing
• Pope John Paul II’s visit to San Antonio
• Iran Hostage Crisis
• Operation Desert Storm
• Mexico City earthquake

She was on the plane with Vice President George Bush the day Ronald Reagan was shot and was one of a select group of reporters allowed in the courtroom for the John Hinckley Jr.arraignment. Barbara has interviewed hundreds of people throughout her career to develop daily news features as well as in-depth profiles and investigative stories. Her work has appeared on KDFW-TV, WFAA-TV, ABC Network News, CBS Network news CNN and FOX-News. Her clients have appeared on 60 Minutes and local news programs, in addition to local and national news publications.

Barbara’s awards include the prestigious George Foster Peabody and a National News Story award from “American Women in Radio and Television.“ She is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, one of the top journalism schools in the country.