I am no stranger to the Carolinas-- I was born and raised about an hour down the road from Charlotte! I am so grateful to be able to do what I love in the place I call home.
The saying goes, "find a job you love, and you'll never work a day in your life." I'm so lucky to have found an occupation that echoes that saying. I fell in love with Journalism at a young age, and my career began to unfold at the University of Florida (GO GATORS!). There, I worked as a reporter for ABC News on Campus and was very involved at WUFT and WRUF. That's where I won my first Edward R. Murrow award for a news documentary on empty food banks. Following graduation, I began my career as a journalist in Big Sky Country-- working as an anchorand reporter for the CBS affiliate in Bozeman, Montana.
Following my time in the most beautiful state on earth, I ventured to Springfield, Missouri-- where I spent five years covering a wide range of topics. There, I won several awards for my work in breaking news and investigative reporting. I have a passion for sharing people's stories, and I believe together-- we can truly make a difference in the world. Journalism is not only about digging for and sharing facts-- it's also about giving a voice to the people who otherwise wouldn't have one.
When I'm not bringing you the news-- you can usually find me hiking a mountain, enjoying a concert, playing music, shopping, traveling, working out, laying on a beach, spending time with friends and family, or cheering on the Florida Gators and Carolina Tarheels! I want to hear from you. Please let me know YOUR story-- and I'll be happy to help tell it. Feel free to email me or reach out to me on social media. See you Monday through Friday at 5 PM on FOX 46 Charlotte!
FOX 46 got results this Valentine's Day, by spreading the love.
A moment of shock, before a warm embrace as Cheif Petti Officer Alderete returned home from deployment.
The support Karrie Brotzman has backing her in her fight against cancer - means the world.
FOX 46 Charlotte recognizes teachers getting results and this week, we visited the band director at Pleasant Knoll Middle School who was just recognized as the Fort Mill School District's Teacher of the Year.
It’s a danger not many parents think about, but many Halloween costumes are extremely flammable.
It seems like when you thought Chick-Fil-A was the best, something else happens to make it even better.
With the Carolina Panthers taking a win Sunday taking them to 4-2, many fans on the fence about bringing Cam Newton back into the game.
FOX 46 recognizes teachers getting results.
Herman Hewitt is taking care of his sick wife while living on a fixed income. His car needed repairs for months-- and neighbors were able to get enough money to put it in the shop and pay for those repairs.
You can help get results for animals searching and waiting for their forever homes, and it's not far-fetched. A local animal rescue needs help from the community to collect blankets for shelters in the area.