I was only 15 when I first stepped foot into the television studios at WTVR. I was lucky enough to be chosen to be one of Channel 6’s For Kids’ Sake Ambassadors.
We had a local children’s television show that aired on Saturday mornings, and that’s when I decided “what I wanted to be when I grew up.”
After graduating from J. R. Tucker High School in Henrico County, I went on to study Mass Communications at James Madison University.
I took my first television news job at a small community television station in Martinsville, Virginia as an anchor, reporter, and local talk show host.
Then, I moved to Roanoke where I worked for at the NBC affiliate, WSLS 10, for almost five years.
I was an anchor, producer, and health reporter there.
Since returning home to Richmond, I have spent about 20 years covering the news in Central Virginia from the anchor desk and as a reporter out in the field. I now anchor CBS 6 News at 4, 5, and 5:30, but I have also anchored the morning news and hosted “Virginia This Morning,” during my time at WTVR. I can honestly say there’s no place I’d rather work.
I was born here, and I am so glad to be back home.
I really love being close to my family and living where I grew up. I am the proud mother of one son. I also have a cat and a dog. Both of my pets were rescues from the Southside SPCA, where I currently serve on the Board of Directors.