I am a native of Indianapolis, Indiana. Growing up in the Midwest I experienced very distinct seasons and realized at an early age that I had a love for the weather. The sunshine and warmth of the south has become my comfort zone over the last several years, so I am happy to now call Central Florida home.
I graduated from Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology and went on to receive my Masters of Geosciences with an emphasis on Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
My career began in Jackson, Mississippi at National Weather Network. I then joined The Weather Channel as a Radio Broadcast Meteorologist before becoming an on-camera meteorologist. I have also worked for CNN International covering global weather stories including the devastating earthquake in Haiti and the Icelandic volcano that halted air travel for days across Europe. I am a member of the American Meteorological Society.
In my free time, I enjoy traveling, dancing and spending time with family, friends and my two dogs Bradley and Mister.