I am originally from Waukegan, Illinois, a little bit north of Chicago. From there I moved to Aurora, Colorado when I was a kid when my dad became a sheriff’s deputy. After graduating from John F. Kennedy High School in 2013, I felt I needed a change of scenery. I was recruited by Minot State University to play basketball.
I moved to Minot in the fall of 2013 after accepting an athletic scholarship. Three years later my passion became broadcasting, and I devoted all my time and effort into it. I will be graduating from MSU in December with a major in Broadcast Communications and a minor in Communication Arts, and three concentrations in Public Relations, Sociology, and Media Services.
I started at KMOT as a production assistant and then took an internship in the newsroom. I was writing, shooting, and editing news stories every chance I got. After my hours were up, I was fortunate enough to be offered a full-time reporting position and accepted it without hesitation. I am looking forward to the great working environment and amazing community support in the Magic City!
If you want to contact me with any questions or story ideas, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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