Bonnie Keller is President of KCI, Keller Communication Incorporated, a Blue Bell, PA based video and communications firm producing marketing and training presentations for companies in the Delaware Valley area since 1991. Bonnie is an award winning writer, director and producer, as comfortable in front of the camera as she is behind the microphone.
In 2000, Bonnie earned the Communicator Crystal Award of Distinction in the Producer/Director Category for “Spotlight”, an employee news show for GlaxoSmithKline. Then, in 2001, her frequent turns in front of the camera earned her the prestigious Crystal Award of Excellence in the Talent / Narrator category for the University of Pennsylvania Health Care System’s “PennCare” commercials. Keller Communications also teaches executives and associates the skills necessary for effective communication for public speaking and media events.
Bonnie’s commerical broadcasting career in TV news anchoring and reporting has taken her all over the East Coast. From 1987 to1991, Bonnie was a General Assignment Reporter for WCAU-TV (CBS) in Philadelphia. During her tenure with WCAU, Bonnie covered a wide variety of stories including an award winning series on substandard day care that led to sweeping changes in the Pennsylvania Legislature regarding daycare regulations. Bonnie also won two Philadelphia Press Awards for breaking news stories, and received the number one spot in the top ten best-dressed press people in 1989, following her coverage of the inauguration of President Bush in Washington, DC.
Before coming home to Philadelphia (Keller is a native of Haddonfield, NJ), Bonnie was a reporter and anchor at WEWS-TV in Cleveland, which ranked as one of the strongest affiliates in the country. Bonnie won an Emmy in the Outstanding News Features category from the Cleveland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 1986. Prior to WEWS-TV, Bonnie spent most of her career in New England, acquiring a broad range of broadcast journalism experience, serving in various roles including News Director.
Throughout her years in commercial TV news, Bonnie worked on video projects with several corporations, serving as producer/director/writer, voice-over artist and on-camera talent/corporate spokesperson. The International Television Association named her voice-over artist of the year in both 1995 and 1996. Bonnie’s work has generated dozens of awards including an Outstanding Community Service award for her work with the Wissahickon School District. She is a frequent speaker for community and professional organizations.
Bonnie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware in Mass Communication. She started her news career serving an internship at WHYY-TV in Wilmington, Delaware.