- Adoption: Finding a Forever Family
- Christine Devine is Brazilian / American
Christine Devine is a veteran television news anchor, reporter,and producer.
She anchors the weeknight newscasts. She has 16 Emmys including the Governors Award.
While Christine has covered elections, the L.A. riots, earthquakes and the nation’s top news, she is recognized as host of “Wednesday’s Child.”
The adoption segment has aired on Fox for many years, with more than 400 children from foster care finding forever families. She has been honored by the U.S. Congress and the Child Welfare League of America.
“The Inspiration” award by AWRT, American Women in Radio and Television.
Christine’s parents were both in the Peace Corps and then became award-winning educators. She credits them for her concern for community, kids and current events.
Among her honors: The Gracie Allen Award from the American Women in Radio and Television, the Anna Quindlen Award for philanthropy journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists, Best Anchor Team by the Associated Press, Media Volunteer of the Year Award by the Volunteers of America, Lifetime Achievement by the Chamber of Commerce,”Angel in Adoption” by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.
She has been honored before the City Council, County Board of Supervisors, by the Police Department and County Sheriff’s Department.
Christine authored a book on adoption: A News Anchor’s Notebook on Domestic Adoption.”
In Hollywood, she has played a reporter on TV and in film: Melrose Place, 90210, “24”, Wag the Dog, Independence Day, Cable Guy, Most Wanted.
She speaks from her heart on the struggles, disappointments and doubt that can come with children who’ve been so traumatized.
Through Finding a Forever Family, see how Christine is transformed by these amazing adoptive families who share their unmatched joys, unexpected rewards and life-changing lessons.