Previously, I was a reporter/anchor for Capital News Service(CNS), where I turned daily stories for the website and nightly newscasts. I pride myself on being versatile while covering a wide array of stories. While with CNS, I covered President Obama, the Navy Yard shooting and the government shutdown.
I’ve been fortunate enough to have been nationally recognized for my work. As a student, I won the national BEA Best of Festival award in the sports reporting category. I’ve also been recognized at a regional level for news reporting and feature photography.
I graduated in December of 2013 with my masters in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland.
I also have a B.A. in Communication and History from the University of Maryland.
I was lucky enough to have had four incredible internships while in school. I interned with NBC 4 News in Washington, NBC 4 Sports in Washington, WBOC TV-16 in Salisbury, Md., and WMDT 47 News in Salisbury.
I was a columnist for The Huffington Post and The Diamondback. I was also a general assignment reporter for WMUC News.