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October 2002 --Present
Denver, CO
Monday-Friday morning and noon anchor. Warm, engaging, yet credible anchor presence. Command of the desk during breaking news and extensive off-script experience covering local and national stories, such as the Aurora theater shootings and 2012 wildfires. A positive, intelligent newsroom citizen, who sets the tone for the morning staff. Working anchor who copy edits, writes, researches, and cultivates contacts. Enterprises stories for money segment, blog, and Emmy-winning interview franchise. Active on social media platforms and in website publishing. Community involvement includes ten years and 80% success rate placing foster children in adoptive homes through “Wednesday’s Child” segments. Ambassador for blood donation, after my own life was saved by blood transfusions. Solo anchor for CBS4 News at Noon, grew newscast 60% in key demo, November 2012.

August 1999 – August 2002
San Diego, CA
Primary weeknight anchor. Also produce/anchor nightly health segment, field anchor,
report regularly, and interact with the San Diego community.

June 1996 – August 1999
Austin, TX
Primary weeknight anchor. As political reporter, led extensive coverage of Governor
George W. Bush administration. Produced nightly health segment and weekly
“Positively Texas” feature stories. Frequent live work and investigative reports for
“Seven on Your Side” consumer team.

April 1995 – June 1996
Altoona, PA
Morning and Noon anchor/reporter. Community involvement included helping to place
foster children through weekly stories and volunteer work with The March of Dimes and
United Way.

August 1994 – April 1995
Sherman, TX
Morning anchor, reporter and producer. Also shot, edited and reported live. Began
on-air career while still in college.


Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Graduated with Bachelor of Arts Degree in 3½ years
Student Representative to Board of Trustees
Journalism major, Latin American Studies minor (Proficient in Spanish)
Graduated Cum Laude with honors in both Liberal Arts and Communications
Senior Writer for The Daily Campus newspaper


Multiple “Best Newscast” Heartland Emmy Awards
Emmy for Best Interview Segment
Emmy for Best Interactive News Special (Elections)
Westword Magazine “Best Morning Newscast” – Multiple Years
Colorado Association of Black Journalists, Scribes in Excellence Award, 2007
Colorado Broadcasters Association Award, Best Community Service Project "Adoption
in Colorado."
AP's Bill Stout Memorial Award for Enterprise News and Spot News – Santana High
School Shooting, 2001
San Diego Magazine: “50 People to Watch – 2000”
American Heart Association media award, 2000
1999-2000 Emmy nomination, Best Newscast, “WB News at Ten”
Mistress of Ceremonies, Texas Governor George W. Bush’s Inaugural Ball
Associated Press Awards for health and series reporting, 1999
SMU University Scholarship and Dallas Morning News scholarship


 Denver, CO

Represented by:

Rick Carr
 (303) 918-8414


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