Being entrusted with the public's confidence is an immense undertaking. Journalists must always remain thoughtful and responsible.
Penn State University - Journalism
My parents live in Pittsburgh. I have three sisters (all in finance!) spread throughout the Northeast.
Hobbies & Interests:
I enjoy spending time with family and friends, testing out new restaurants and volunteer “wish-granting” with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. I love being a tourist in my own town!
Any book by Dan Brown or The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.
Likes Best About the Lowcountry:
From the beaches to the buildings, I love the beautiful cityscape (and the history behind it all!). You also can't beat making your home in a place that's so attractive to family and friends -- that means more visits from home!
Most Interesting Assignment:
After being placed for adoption in 1959, a Georgetown woman was able to track down her birth mother. I had the honor of sharing their story, and witnessing their long-awaited reunification at the Charleston International Airport.
More than a year after a man’s death in Charleston County, legislation has been introduced at the state level that could impact how first responders administer a sedative that is increasingly being utilized.
City Councilman Harry Griffin will no longer serve on that board. The co-chairs of the commission put out a statement, saying in order to complete their work without further distraction, they made the decision to remove Griffin.
Charleston County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Costanzo says he can’t remember a thing from the month of July. “That phrase, ‘I’m going to knock you into next week,’ which you hear in movies, I literally got knocked into the next month,” Costanzo said.