Bio Darcy Bonfils brings experience covering some of the biggest news stories to break during her over two-decade career in multi-media/TV news. A solid background as line producer and writer at “Eyewitness News” in New York City, Darcy also produced award-winning long form shows for the O & O powerhouse. Among them, prime-time specials for Weather Anchor Sam Champion, developing a working relationship with Champion that would continue for the next two decades. When GMA came calling for Champion to join their morning team in 2006, he asked Darcy to come along as his producer. At “Good Morning America”, Darcy was coordinating producer for the network’s Environmental & Weather unit for nearly a decade, managing a unit that became an important part of the “GMA” ‘secret sauce’, helping the show make ratings history in 2012, breaking “TODAY” show’s 17-year dominance in the morning show space. The unit also became one of the television network's most prolific, their stories regularly leading all of the television network's broadcasts and digital platforms as coverage of devastating weather events became a regular part of the news cycles, proving the unit’s indelible mark on network news coverage Darcy’s commute to work was often on a commercial jet, flying to cover news hot spots. She’s been knee-deep in the storm surge of the New York Harbor, covering Superstorm Sandy; in the debris of Moore, Oklahoma and Joplin, Missouri, producing stories of deadly tornadoes; embedded in the Gulf of Mexico, working the Deepwater Horizon’s massive oil spill. But there were lighter moments of coverage too. Concerts and interviews with the likes of Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw; cooking segments with Emeril, Wolfgang and Rachel. There were full show live originations from cruise ships in the Atlantic and the jungles of Brazil; and live coverage from the red carpets of a dozen Oscars. The Weather Channel took note, wanting to start a morning show of their own. Sam and Darcy took the leap, kicking off the cable network’s three-hour morning show “AMHQ”, with Darcy as Executive Producer. The show remains today one of the network’s highest-rated daily programs. From there, prime-time became the next focus and “23.5 Degrees with Sam Champion", Darcy’s next EP gig at The Weather Channel. The show, a deep-dive into compelling topics of science, climate and the environment, interviewing the likes of Sir Richard Branson, EPA head Gina McCarthy and actor/environmentalist Mark Ruffalo. Winner of four National Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards and a Writers Guild of America Award for Best Television Script-Writing, Darcy’s work has been distinguished by her industry peers as well.