I'm excited to arrive at WTOL 11 to be the new breaking news anchor/reporter for WTOL 11 Your Morning as well as lead investigator for our Call 11 for Action team.
The wild and wonderful world of television news has been my home for 14 years. During that time I've held just about every job except forecasting the weather. I've produced, reported, and anchored, both in sports and news.
I grew up in New York City, and make it a point to try to prove to people that New Yorkers are different than the stereotype. We're actually nice, patient, and thoughtful - unless you cut us off when we're driving.
I spent four great years in the hills of New Hampshire going to Dartmouth College, and actually graduated from the University of Massachusetts Business School in 2010.
My parents still live in NYC, while my sister and her family live in San Francisco, so I figure I'd come to Ohio and try to introduce the family name to the middle of the country.
If I weren't on television, I'd be in serious trouble because my "dream job" is to be a stand-up comedian. Only problem with that...I'm not funny.
On a serious note, Call for Action stories are very important to me. One of the things local news can do is advocate for people whose voices sometimes aren't heard. I'll do my best and work tirelessly to shout for you.
Go to Call 11 for Action's page here.