Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to be a journalist. I grew up watching Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer, and in college interned with Andrea Mitchell at NBC News and worked alongside Lana Zak and Janai Norman while interning at ABC NewsOne in Washington. I no longer dream of being a journalist - I'm actually doing it.
I began my multimedia journalism career at Temple University's Klein College of Media and Communication, where I worked on the Collegiate Emmy Award winning news program Temple Update. Some of the highlights from my time at TUTV includes producing an Emmy winning newscast (December 2018), and I was also the first student to cover a presidential State of the Union Address (President Trump's first). During college, I interned at WBRE/WYOU, 6ABC (WPVI-TV), ABC NewsOne in Washington, and NBC News Washington.
After graduating from Temple, I began freelancing at WNEP-TV in my hometown of Scranton, PA. I shot, wrote, and edited most of my own stories, and covered everything NEPA had to offer.
Starting in January 2020, I will be reporting for WBOC-TV in their Dover, DE bureau. Do you have a story idea? Message me!
Dedicated, energetic, and ambitious multimedia journalist who's passionate about storytelling.
Story idea? Contact me!