I am starting my professional experience with Live 5 News!
I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I double majored in broadcast journalism and political science.
I'm a native of Macon, Georgia, but I consider the Lowcountry my hometown because I've lived here since middle school. I have many ties to this area and my family lives here too!
My parents are my biggest supporters and I thank them for always encouraging me. I have a little sister in high school middle school who loves to dance and read books. It's so fun being back in the Lowcountry to see her grow up!
Hobbies & Interests:
I love spending time with my family and friends whether it's a day at the beach, trying a new restaurant or working on a new craft with my little sister. I played basketball throughout middle and high school so I always enjoy playing sports and going to sporting events too!
Likes Best About the Lowcountry:
I love that I can be a tourist in my own city. There's always new activities to explore and great restaurants to try. The beautiful weather is always a plus!
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Double majored in broadcast journalism and political science.
A MUSC doctor says two children in South Carolina who were diagnosed with a rare condition linked to COVID-19 have recovered. The condition is called Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children known as MIS-C.
Officials with The Citadel say they are resuming classes early so that the semester can end before Thanksgiving break.This is an effort to protect the safety of students and staff so they will not have to return immediately following the holiday break.
SCDNR says they responded to a missing boater call on Thursday around 11 p.m. near the Ravenel Bridge. Officials say three days later on Sunday, Sullivan's Island Fire Rescue recovered his body at 9:40 a.m. on a sandbar near Sullivan's Island.
City of Charleston leaders say there could be some policy and budget changes to address racial inequities and racism in the city. The city has created a new Special Commission on Equity, Inclusion and Racial Conciliation.
The founder of the ‘Black Liberation Fund’, Latisha Imara, says their mission is to provide aftercare protest funds which include bailing out protesters from jail, attorney resources, transportation, food and more.
State Representative Wendell Gilliard is requesting an emergency meeting with U.S. Congressman Jim Clyburn to address the conditions at Joseph Floyd Manor, a senior public housing building in downtown Charleston.