I started my career in Public Relations and Marketing, working on campaign and message strategies for Municipals, Real Estate companies, Non-profit organizations, and small businesses. After two years, I moved to New York to follow my dream of television news production. I enrolled in the New York Film Academy's Digital Journalism program, taught and supported by NBC News, and mastered the tools of the modern newsroom. I write, I shoot and edit my own video, and am able to produce broadcast quality news packages. I also produced 2 full-length broadcasts; the first was a traditional news broadcast focused on the health care reform debate, and the second was a magazine-style broadcast, profiling a few of the students in the program. Eight months later, I landed an internship with NBC News' theGrio.com. I assisted in sourcing and uploading content to the site, as well and produced video packages.
After the four-month long internship, I joined the staff of MSNBC as a Production Assistant. Then in less than a year, I was promoted to Associate Producer.
I've worked on MSNBC's Early Today, First Look and "Martin Bashir" show.