I was born and raised in Central PA and graduated from Susquehannock High School in 1999 and from York College in 2004 with a degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Music Industry.

During college, I was very involved with our radio station – WVYC. I interned at Cumulus Media in Harrisburg in the Promotions Department my senior year. After graduation, I got a job at XM Satellite Radio and moved to Washington, DC where I lived for about 7 years.

In 2011, I moved back to York to be closer to my family while expecting my first child. She is the love of my life.

I started working for FOX43 in September, 2012 as part of the studio crew for the evening news and was promoted to a Producer as of September, 2013. I love working in the newsroom and I have always loved writing. I’m really grateful to be making a living doing something I love.

Music has always been a big passion of mine. I started playing guitar when I was 14 and I’ve played in a number of bands over the years. I like art, going to concerts, watching movies, playing disc golf, and hanging out with my little girl.


Recent Articles
  • People come together to honor Vietnam veterans in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, Pa.–Today is Vietnam Veterans Day and the Department of Military Veterans Affairs held an event to thank Vietnam veterans for their service. The group came together at the capital rotunda. Vietnam veterans received symbolic pins honoring their sacrifice to the country. On the back of the pin are the words, “a grateful nation thanks and honors you.” Brigadier General Jerry Beck, Jr. told the veterans, “Our country, our commonwealth, our families and our children owe you a debt of gratitude.” President […]

  • Hershey Gardens adds conservatory and butterfly atrium

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa.–There is a new addition to the Hershey Gardens — the Milton and Catherine Hershey Conservatory. The building is currently under construction but FOX43 got a sneak peek of it. It is scheduled to open sometime this summer. The 16,000 square-foot facility features an educational and horticultural wing and a year-round butterfly atrium. Don Papson, the Executive Director of the M.S. Hershey Foundation says, “We’re very excited about being able to add this year-round facility, especially for the children and […]

  • Immigrant service organization CASA now in York City Hall

    YORK, Pa.–York Mayor Kim Bracey held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome the immigrant service organization CASA to York City Hall. The organization works to get local people involved in campaigns for family unity and integration. CASA also offers legal consultation and assistance in applying for citizenship. Bracey says she’s glad to have this organization in York because of the city’s large Latino population. She says, “The city of York has a huge population of Latino Americans or Latinos in general and folks that are […]

  • Penn State medical students find out where they’ll work during ‘Match Day’

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa.–Medical students across the country are finding out where they’ll be spending their residencies. This includes more than 130 medical students from the Penn State College of Medicine in Dauphin County. At the Hershey Country Club, the future doctors took part in a tradition known as match day. Students received letters revealing which hospital they’ll be heading to for their residencies. At noon, all the excited students opened their letters together. For one mother and son, its an exceptionally exciting […]

  • York County judge introduces new furry friend to help juvenile offenders

    YORK, Pa.–The York County Court of Common Pleas and the York County Department of Probation Services introduced a new furry friend this morning. His name is Fahrenheit. The new facility dog will work with children in York County’s juvenile justice system. Judge Joseph Adams introduced Fahrenheit and said the pet will help reduce stress. Judge Adams says, “As we all know, the criminal justice system is a stress-producing environment for everyone involved. It is well documented that the presence of a calm, comforting, […]

  • Major milestone for online voter registrations

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Secretary of State Pedro Cortes announced Pennsylvania has logged about 100,000 online voter registrations since the website’s launch in august. Cortes says the state’s counties have also gained more accurate voter roles and spent less time processing applications. About 60% of users are eligible citizens registering for the first time, while the other 40% are people updating their registration. Cortes reminds Pennsylvanians that March 28th is the deadline to register before the April 26th primary election. You […]

  • Dickinson College students install signs to celebrate international culture

    CARLISLE, Pa. – Arabic, Chinese and German are among a dozen languages making their way onto parking signs at a college in Cumberland County. Dickinson College students installed 75 signs in parking lots across the campus. Each sign represents the 11 languages offered at the school. They’re direct translations of their English counterparts. International students from 46 different countries currently attend the college and the nearby U.S. Army War College. The project highlights the school’s mission to reflect international culture. Students say it’s a proud moment […]

  • Activists create PAC to get rid of State Attorney General Kathleen Kane

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — With Pennsylvania’s primary elections just a few months away, some government activists are creating a Political Action Committee to oppose State Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s reelection efforts. Gene Stilp, who is spearheading the committee, said it’s insulting that Kane intends to run for reelection,  even though her law license is suspended and she faces criminal charges. Stilp’s group, called “Fire Kane,” is urging democratic voters to not sign a petition he says Kane is circulating to be […]

  • Cannabis church leader uses marijuana extract at state capitol

    HARRISBURG — The leader of a Rhode Island “cannabis church” says she has permission to use marijuana extract during a prayer and healing ceremony outside the capitol building in Harrisburg. Anne Armstrong says the oil is a sacrament for religious anointing purposes and is protected by religious freedom. She showed a copy of the email which gave her permission to use the oil at the ceremony. Armstrong says, “The people need cannabis medicine. They can get it from the church […]

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