Marie is thrilled to be moving to our evening news.
She is a South Carolina native, grew up in Bluffton and went to school at Newberry College, where she graduated with a degree in mass communications and a minor in psychology.
Marie was fortunate to begin her news career in the Carolinas at WHNS-Fox Carolina in Greenville, SC, and from there she worked as the Shoals Bureau Reporter for our media neighbors down the road, WAFF 48, and anchored the evening news at KSLA News 12 in Shreveport, LA.
While in Louisiana, Marie helped launch the KSLA Salutes series which focused on stories about our veterans and active military communities, as well as the organizations that support them. Her work with the local military community earned Marie a Military Reporters & Editors (MRE) Journalism Award- TV(Small Market) 2019.
Marie also received an Alabama APME Award in 2013 for Best Hard News Feature, for a story on a rural Alabama community that rallied to find a missing child with Down Syndrome.
While not on air, Marie enjoys exploring new areas with her husband and spoiling their lab Maximus!
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