I am an alumnus of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and a minor in Sport and Exercise Psychology.

Currently, I am a Sports Anchor/Reporter for WTRF covering the largest sports conference in the country, the O.V.A.C. Through my short tenure in the position I’ve truly come to love the Ohio Valley and find myself deeply invested in the success of each team…even on my off days.

During undergrad I was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for the Emmy Award Win1.jpgning WVU News and also anchored and reported for the newest student run television program, Mountaineer Playbook. Through my position with both of these I worked closely with ESPNU and had several stories air on the national network.

I’ve spent the summers of undergrad interning in Los Angeles and New York City respectively. In Los Angeles I was interning at FOX Sports Headquarters and had the ability to shadow National Television producers, directors, editors and talent all while also working on skills for my own on camera career. My summer in New York was spent with Sports195, Inc. doing marketing work for the company and managing several social media accounts.

I grew up in Greensburg, Pennsylvania a middle sibling to two athletically gifted siblings. The majority of my childhood was spent on the sidelines of a game – whether it was watching my sister swim the 500 or my brother throw a curveball into the catcher’s glove. Sports have simply always been a part of my life.

I feel incredibly blessed to have a career where no day feels like actual work and look forward to the journey ahead of me in this industry.








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