After Graduating from David Letterman's Alma Mater Ball State University in
Telecommunications/News, I began my TV career. I mention David Letterman
because that was 80% of the reason I chose Ball State University.
My first TV job was in Salt Lake City at the CBS affiliate KUTV. I was a correspondent for the
Lifestyle Show Fresh Living, fill-in host, and AM/PM news reporter.
My favorite assignment was traveling to Vancouver to profile Broadways' The Lion King.
It's the only way I'll ever get on a Broadway stage- AND I'LL TAKE IT.
In 2011, I went to Indianapolis to be a freelance reporter at the NBC affiliate WTHR.
While in Indiana, I got a call from NBC News to cover devastating tornadoes in
Henryville, Indiana. The coverage aired all over the world on Al Jazeera, MSNBC, and
The Weather Channel. Shortly after, I began freelancing for NBC News Channel for breaking, national
news. In 2014, I anchored 5 hours of LIVE Primary Election Night coverage for USA TODAY.
Currently, you can find me daily on Atlanta & Company as a social correspondent and host. On Sundays, I host a half-hour show called Atlanta Tech Edge. And, I'm a freelance reporter for CNN and CNN News Source, always on call to cover breaking national news. In late 2016, I covered Fidel Castro's death for CNN.
I've had the chance to interview lots of interesting people during my career. Survivors, leaders, celebrities, and everything in-between.
I can't believe this is my job. Every day I'm thankful.
I spend my free time enjoying family and trying to keep up in Improv class.