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.
The Isle of Palms Public Safety Committee had a discussion on changing the hours when parking is regulated along the public rights-of-way. Public rights-of-way include on street parking in residential areas and beyond.
Monday marked the first day of school for Georgetown County students.The principal at McDonald Elementary School, Mack Burgess, is continuing a tradition he started last year by teaching students more than what’s in a textbook.
Every school district in the state is now required to have a team of people who assess threats at every school.The State Department of Education says this is the biggest policy change for the upcoming school year.