Tom Cibrowski is president and general manager of KGO-TV, where he has overall management responsibility for KGO-TV/Channel 7 and all of its ancillary businesses. He reports to Wendy McMahon, president, ABC Owned Television Stations.

Cibrowski previously served as senior vice president of ABC News Programs, News Gathering and Special Events, since in August 2014. Prior to that role, he served as senior executive producer of “Good Morning America.” He joined the program as senior broadcast producer in 2002 and was later promoted to executive producer in 2006. Under his leadership, the newscast won the Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Morning Program three times and was nominated six times. The week of April 9, 2012, “Good Morning America” became the No. 1 morning newscast for the first time in 16 years, snapping NBC’s historic 852-week winning streak.

Cibrowski is a seasoned international producer. He was with Diane Sawyer in Iraq immediately before the war started and returned with Robin Roberts six months after combat began. In 2003, he traveled to Bahrain and Kuwait with Charles Gibson to produce a series about the generals leading the war effort.

He began his career at ABC News as a desk assistant in 1990 in the Washington bureau. He has covered a wide range of major domestic and international news events as an ABC News producer, including the Bosnian war and Oklahoma City bombing, the downfall of dictators in Indonesia and Haiti, and the Clinton administration’s cruise missile attacks on Iraq. He won an Emmy for reporting on the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993.

Cibrowski attended Boston University and graduated with a degree in journalism.