I am an award winning broadcast professional with television and radio experience seeking a Weather Anchor/Reporter position. I offer a decade of communications expertise from working in local and network television, network radio, special events, publications development, public relations, marketing and internal communications. I must admit I am a social media freak. Any platform I can use to get important, funny, or helpful facts to the public I use it. I'm a motivated team player who gets the job done. I meet every deadline. I'm outgoing, cordial and always upbeat on the job.
You have to be quick on your feet, compelling and at times compassionate especially during this rough and tough time in our country. I am all three wrapped in one. I have worked on both sides of the camera. My years of television news and weather forecasting experience makes me the most formidable candidate.
I volunteer my time to charitable and civic organizations including American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Georiga Autism Society, PTA member, Boys and Girls Club and Urban Hope which provides a safe place for children afterschool.
My down-home style, upbeat attitude, and dynamic personality have afforded me the opportunity to host everything from a fast paced morning newscast to a culinary cooking show.
My passion for news and weather captivates viewers young and old. I intelligently and sincerely weave my way through a clear and concise 2-3 minute weather forecast. I’m forward thinking and I love to think outside of the box.
I was recognized for Best Spot News by the Associated Press. I've been highlighted in the Cleveland Magazine as well as honored by the NAACP of Cleveland as the First African American Meteorologist. In 2009 Georgia Physicians Associations honored me with the "Rising Star Award"