2016 to present: Investigative reporter, WINK News. Previously worked as a producer at KPRC-TV in Houston, WKMG-TV in Orlando and WINK News.
Awards & Recognition
- Florida Associated Press Finalist for Investigative Reporting, 2018
- Suncoast Regional Emmy Nominee for Crime News, 2017
Lonestar Emmy Awards, winner for Best Investigative Story, nominee for Best Business/Consumer Story, 2016.
- Houston Press Club, first place for TV Consumer News, 2016.
- Texas Associated Press Broadcasters, second place for news series, 2016.
- National Press Club Award, third place for investigative reporting, 2012.
- IRE/NICAR, Holly Wisenhunt Stephen Fellowship recipient, 2011.
- Suncoast Emmy Awards, winner for Crime Story, 2008. Five-time nominee, 2010 – 2014.
- Edward R Murrow Awards, 2008 and 2009 regional winner for Investigative Reporting.
“I am a member of the fourth estate. it is my job to help those who are in discomfort by revealing the truth others wish to hide and responsibly report it. My profession is protected by the United States Constitution and I respect those rights by honoring fair and ethical journalistic practices.”
Hobbies, Interests & Community Service
Cooking, fitness, running, yoga, scrapbooking, reading the New York Times’ travel section, dreaming about places to travel and sometimes going there, watching my husband golf, taking the dog to the beach, rooting for the Steelers and Nittany Lions, and spoiling my nieces and little ‘sister’. I’m also a Big Brothers & Big Sister mentor, volunteer at PACE school for girls and WGCU’s radio reading for blind and visually impaired.
Penn State University
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