Education: Duquesne University BA, Duquesne University, MA.
Current Position/Job Duties: Weekend Anchor/Multimedia Journalist.
Previous Work Experience: WGRZ-TV Buffalo, New York; WSTM-TV Syracuse, New York and WDTV Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Joined NewsChannel5: June 2000.
Most Memorable Stories: One of the most memorable stories I ever did was in Syracuse, New York. Days before Christmas, a charity that was collecting gifts for needy families was burglarized. I reported the story, and people responded. Our story generated more donations than the organization had collected before the gifts were stolen. They were able to help many more families. It proved to me, once again, that the media has tremendous power to help the community.
Awards/Honors: Emmy and Associated Press.
News Philosophy: To be fair, accurate and complete. To report what is good about the community and expose what is not.
Role Model(s): My parents.
Favorite Music: I like all types of music. My CD player has everything from top 40 to country.
Favorite Program: NewsChannel5 weekends 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Favorite Foods: Pizza, pasta, grape leaves and just about every sweet imaginable.
Family: I am married and we have a 4-year-old little girl.
Pet: One dog, a loveable mutt.
Hobbies & Interests: Shopping, socializing with friends, and spending time with my family.
Something most people don't know about me: I don’t like to speak in front of large crowds.
What I like best about Northeast Ohio: The people. The people in this community are kind, giving and fantastic.
You're most likely to see me around town at: The mall, the zoo or any kid’s activity.
On the weekends I love to: Stay at home or visit my family in Pennsylvania.
Additional Info: If you would like to keep up on my adventures in motherhood, you can do so by reading my blog on newsnet5.com.
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