I am a reporter at KPRC-TV, the NBC station in Houston, Texas.
Previously, I worked as the transportation reporter at KVUE-TV, the ABC station in Austin, Texas, focused on the Capital City’s explosive growth and infrastructure needs. Over those three years, I covered the mass shooting in Midland-Odessa that killed seven people, the aftermath of Tropical Storm Imelda in Southeast Texas, and the disappearance of Austin mother Heidi Broussard and her newborn baby. I also reported live from the riots following the murder of George Floyd.
I graduated in May 2019 from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, with a B.A. in journalism and mass communication and minors in digital audiences and criminology/criminal justice.
At ASU, I anchored and reported for Cronkite News and worked as a student correspondent for Cheddar. During college, I interned at the CBS Evening News in New York, 12 News (NBC Phoenix), KING 5 News (NBC Seattle), the TODAY Show and at the NCWLIFE Channel in Washington state.