For many people my age, their careers are just beginning. For me, I feel I've already come a long way in this business.
I graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. Shortly after, I started my first big kid job at WLNS, the CBS station in Lansing, MI.
After Lansing, I packed up and moved to Corning, NY. I served as the Elmira/ Corning newsroom reporter for a 24-hour cable station based in Syracuse called Your News Now. It was here I learned just about everything I know today. Not only did I report the news and sports in the region, I also shot and edited all the video for my stories. I even served as my own assignment editor and producer each day.
In October 2010, I jumped at the chance to be closer to my hometown of Akron, OH. I joined the WICU and WSEE news teams to be the weeknight reporter and fill-in anchor. The rest as they say, is history. You can catch me reporting on WICU 12 News at 11 p.m. through the week and behind the anchor desk at six and 11 p.m. many weekends.
When I'm not working, you can probably find me somewhere in the town. Whether it's at the gym, slicing some golf balls on the links, or taking in the sights and sounds of downtown Erie, I love to stay active. So don't be afraid to say hello if you see me out!
I believe that everyone has a story to tell and I want to help you tell it. So send me an email and tell me yours!
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