Eun Yang anchors News4 Today, the #1 rated morning news in Washington for which she won an EMMY award.
Yang joined News4 as general assignment reporter specializing in covering breaking news for News4 at 11. She then anchored the weekend editions of News4 Today.
Yang has been the first to tell Washington area viewers about breaking overnight news, severe weather, and major Washington stories since 2010. Her field anchor assignments have included the Inaugurations of presidents, visits by two Popes, Opening Day at Nationals Park which she covers every year, and the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
In addition to anchoring News4 Today, Yang files compelling community stories about people and organizations important to the Washington area. She also won an EMMY for hosting a local restaurant show called Foodies: DC for several years.
Before joining News4, Yang worked at the National Geographic Channel in Washington and WUSA-TV.
Yang was named Alumna of the Year by the University of Maryland Asian Studies Program and serves on the Board of Visitors for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. She was inducted into Montgomery County's Women's History Archives. Washingtonian magazine has recognized Yang twice, as one of DC's 100 People to Watch and as one of DC's Stars of Local TV News.
Presenting the 2019 Brem Foundation Impact Award to Amanda and David Goldblatt
In honor and celebration of their incredible support of the Brem Foundation and their important role in the Breast Density Screeningand NotificationAct of 2018.
Julia A. Beaver, MD, is the Director of the Division of Oncology Products 1 (DOP1) in the Office of Hematology and Oncology Products at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). She is also an Assistant Professor of Oncology, part-time, at Johns Hopkins University where she is a member of the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Group. Dr. Beaver serves on the Liquid Biopsy Blood Profiling Atlas in Cancer (Blood-PAC) committee and leads FDA's next generation sequencing laboratory collaboration. Dr. Beaver graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University and then earned her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, followed by a fellowship in medical oncology at The Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.
Kaylan A. Baban, MD, MPH, is Chief Wellness Officer and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and Director of the Lifestyle Medicine program at the GW Medical Faculty Associates. She is board-certified in Preventive Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine with a focus on holistic care and patient empowerment. Dr. Baban earned her bachelor’s degree from Columbia University as an I. I. Rabi Science Scholar. She received her MD and MPH from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as a George James Epidemiology awardee with Distinction in Research. She completed residency and a chief year in Preventive Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as a Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society inductee, Harvard Macy Future Academic Clinician Educator, and Mount Sinai Beth Israel Integrative Medicine interdisciplinary fellow. Dr. Baban’s research and curricular efforts address mindful provision of healthcare and digital health for prevention, patient empowerment, and optimized health outcomes. She currently leads a mixed methods evaluation of individualized lifestyle management for primary and secondary prevention of non-communicable conditions. Dr. Baban is an active member of both the American College of Preventive Medicine and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, serving as core faculty for the colleges’ joint Lifestyle Medicine Core Curriculum course, and serving as an active member of the ACLM Provider Wellness committee.
Rachel Brem, MD, is the Director of Breast Imaging and Intervention at The George Washington University Medical Center, Professor of Radiology, Vice Chairman of the Department of Radiology, and Chief Medical Advisor at the Brem Foundation. Dr. Brem has served as the Brem Foundation’s Chief Medical Advisor and inspiration since its inception in 2006. She is a fellow of the American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging. She is also on the scientific advisory board of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Dr. Brem is the recipient of countless awards. In 2015, Dr. Brem was ranked as one of the top cancer doctors in the U.S. by Newsweek Magazine. Dr. Brem received her BA in Biology from Brandeis University and graduated with honors from Columbia University Medical School. Dr. Brem completed her Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Breast Imaging Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution. In addition to her clinical and academic accomplishments, Dr. Brem is a zealous advocate for early detection and has dedicated her career to finding effective and innovative ways to increase breast cancer prevention and early detection.