About Cammy

Meet Cammy Dierking

I am so happy and so lucky. A mother of three wonderful daughters, triathlete, TV personality for 35 years, and motivational speaker… I have a wild enthusiasm for everything I do! I am passionate about sharing that positive energy with others… inspiring them to be their best every day!
Cammy Dierking


Over the past 35 years, while working as a TV broadcaster, Cammy has been asked to Emcee and serve as a spokesperson for many charity events in the community.

From the beginning, audiences really responded to Cammy’s energy and enthusiasm, and they were inspired by her personal stories of strength and courage. She realized she had the ability and a true love for motivating people.

Now, Cammy is a highly sought after Motivational Speaker for corporations, schools, non-profit organizations, and other groups. She especially enjoys speaking about health and fitness, creating balance, the power of attitude and gratitude, and finding your passion and living your dream!

Cammy is a member of the Las Vegas Convention Speakers Bureau.

Connie Dierking of the Cincinnati RoyalsCHILDHOOD

Cammy Dierking was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, with her four sisters and two loving, wonderful, athletic parents. Cammy’s mother, Sue, was an accomplished swimmer and diver. Her father, Connie Dierking, was a basketball star at the University of Cincinnati in the late 1950’s. He went on to play professionally for 14 years, most of that time with the Cincinnati Royals and Philadelphia 76ers.   

When Connie left the NBA, he became a Television Color Commentator for U.C. basketball games. That's when Cammy discovered her passion for Broadcasting. Cammy would either sit with her father, courtside, and help keep game statistics, or she’d head for the Production Truck and watch the TV crew work their magic. She was hooked!


Cammy Dierking with Donnie OsmandAfter graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with an English/Journalism degree, Cammy was eager to find a job in television. She got her first (not so big) break when she landed a job as a Production Assistant at SportsTime Cable Network. From there, she moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where she did both Sports and News Reporting at WPTF-TV.

Cammy got her first Sports Anchor gig at KTVN-TV, in Reno. Cammy was one of the first women sportscasters in the country, and THE first in the state of Nevada. In 1988, to the delight of her family and friends, Cammy moved back to her hometown of Cincinnati, and became a Sports Anchor at WKRC-TV. Again, she broke new ground by becoming the first female Sports Anchor in the state of Ohio.

While Cammy enjoyed her pioneering role as a Sports Anchor, she eventually moved into a new arena… morning television. Cammy co-hosted a 3-hour show on WKRC-TV: ‘Good Morning Cincinnati’. She seemed to have found her niche. Known for her sunny disposition, boundless energy, and big smile, Cammy was a big hit! The show dominated its slot in the ratings during her 13 years as co-host.    

In 2005, Cammy took on a new role at WKRC-TV:  Evening News Anchor. She now delivers news every weeknight at 5p, 6p, and 11p on WKRC-TV, Local 12.


Cammy running in the Ironman TriathlonA former collegiate swimmer, Cammy is still very active and athletic. While she enjoys relaxing sports like golf and fishing, Cammy really loves to challenge her body and mind with more hard-core pursuits. A self-proclaimed fitness fanatic, she usually works out 1-2 hours a day. Cammy is also an avid cyclist who does century bike rides (100 miles) at events around the country. She has also finished 15 marathons, and countless shorter races.

But her true love is the sport of Triathlon, which combines swimming, bicycling and running. Cammy has competed in many sprint, international and half-Ironman distance triathlons. Among her biggest accomplishments, Cammy completed IRONMAN Louisville, and IRONMAN Coeur d’Alene. A full IRONMAN consists of a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run.


Married for for almost 30 years, Cammy and her husband have three wonderful daughters she calls ”the air in her lungs”. Whitney, Casey and Meg are beautiful and accomplished young women. Cammy feels incredibly blessed, and life is good!


Speaking of Women's HealthBethesda FoundationHike For HospiceHospice of CincinnatiLet's Move Together, Arthritis FoundationJuvenile Diabetes Research Foundation InternationalNational Multiple Sclerosis SocietyChildren's Theatre of Cincinnati

American Heart Association

Thanksgiving Day Race

Women's Sports Association