Alice Rhee is a two-time Emmy award winning television producer who has covered breaking news and special events for NBC News and MSNBC for over a decade. She was awarded an Emmy in 2003 for producing a profile about the chief trauma surgeon at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. Rhee is the recipient of several national and regional awards including a National Headliners award and the New York Newswomen's award for her reporting in the days following 9/11. She is a graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and McGill University in Montreal, Canada.