My whole life I've wanted to work in television. The lights, the cameras, the action! It was all calling my name. To this day I can still hear it. My dad always told me, "If you love what you do, you won't have to work a day in your life." He's right! Everyday I get to explore Siouxland, meet new people and learn new things. It doesn't feel like work at all.
I was born and raised in Minnesota, and I graduated from Stillwater Area High Schoolin 2009. That fall, I began my first semester at The University of South Dakota; and in May of 2013, I earned a degree in Multimedia Journalism. I also received a minor degree from USD in theatre, my first love.
After graduation, I moved to Sioux City and started my career at KTIV. Being a reporter at Siouxland's #1 news channel is an amazing experience, because the newsroom veterans do not take that first place title lightly. They stay on top of the action and go out of their way when investigating stories, proving everyday why KTIV is Siouxland's news channel. The best part, I get to learn from these guys!
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