I have been working as a journalist since 1993. Upon graduating from the S.I Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University, I got my first job in television news at PBS’s MacNeil / Lehrer NewsHour. After that, I began my first stint at ABC News in New York. From there, I jumped into local news in Rochester and Syracuse, New York.
In 1996, I was part of the news team that launched MSNBC. I left in 1999 to return to ABC News and WABC as a Writer/ Producer where I covered the 2000 Presidential Election, the terrorist attacks on September 11th and the shooting death of Amadou Diallo. In 2000, I began freelancing at NBC’s Today Show where I continued until 2006. While there, I helped coordinate network coverage of the Iraq War.
In 2007, I returned to PBS – this time, as a Writer/Producer for Nightly Business Report. In addition, I am an active member of the South Florida Black Journalists Association.