I was born and raised in a small town just north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and decided as a child I was going to be a news reporter.
I attended Robert Morris University where I earned a bachelor's degree in journalism and a minor in American history in May 2015.
I made the move to Gillette, Wyoming as a reporter just weeks after graduation and have since lived and worked as a reporter in Rapid City, South Dakota and most recently, anchored a morning show in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Although the warmer weather was nice, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to join the WHIO team and work closer to home.
When I'm not reporting, I'm with my furbabies, Louie and Gabana Grace, visiting family back home or exploring one of the many parks in Dayton.
I look forward to telling your stories.
For about six weeks when the pandemic first began, shelters like SICSA were not able to do the capture, neuter and release that they typically used to do when it comes to cats, now a year later, they’re worried they will start to see an increase in the number of kittens coming into their shelters.