Journalist

I wanted to be a journalist ever since I first saw Norma Quarles on television. I was around 8-years-old at the time.  There weren’t many Black women on television then.  There were even fewer Black news anchors. I was naturally fascinated and hoped to one day get a chance to work in the broadcasting industry too.

I studied broadcast journalism at Michigan State University and completed vocational training at the Center for the Media Arts in New York.  I landed my first radio gig in Staunton, Virginia as the afternoon news anchor for WTON.  I loved my job and eventually landed another position in radio news at WRBN/WREJ Radio in Richmond.

I lot of time has passed since those early days.  My career has spanned radio, print and television news broadcasting.

Here’s a link to one of my latest digital news stories:

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