Birthplace: Calvert County, Md. Born and raised.
Education: Temple University
Current Position/Job Duties: Multimedia journalist/Reporter
Previous Work Experience: Evening Anchor/Reporter at WMDT 47 News in Salisbury, Md.
Joined NewsChannel 5: February 2013
Most Memorable Stories: Covering the search for a missing girl, three days before Christmas back in 2009. The community poured out in droves to help police look for the 11-year-old. Sadly, officers found her badly burned body on Christmas Day. Authorities later arrested and charged a registered sex offender in her murder. The story made national news.
Associated Press - Outstanding Spot News Reporting 2010
Associated Press - Outstanding Public Affairs Series 2011
News Philosophy: Don't just expose wrongs -- report on what's good about our community.
Role Models: My parents, my brother and Ed Bradley
Favorite Music: R&B/Soul, Hip-Hop, Pop, Country, Rock, Gospel. I listen to just about everything.
Favorite Movies: "X2: X-Men United", "The Color Purple" and "Coming to America"
Favorite Programs: "Scandal", "Necessary Roughness", "Happy Endings" and "Suits"
Hobbies & Interests: Running, swimming, food and tennis
Hidden Talent: I can do the "Matrix" back bend without the help of wires, like Keanu Reeves.
Something most people don't know about me: I took tap dance classes growing up, and I can play the clarinet and the piano.
On the weekends I love to: Relax, spend time with family, go to concerts and check out the latest flicks.
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