Amy was raised in Ventura, CA, and she’s happy to be working in California.
Before joining the Action News Now team, Amy worked as an anchor and reporter at KCWY News 13 in Casper, Wyoming.
While in Central Wyoming, she had various experiences including covering the primaries. She worked with State Senator John Barrasso and other politicians.
She then went to San Jose State to get her masters in mass communication and journalism. While living in San Jose, Amy worked at NBC Bay Area. While she was there she helped with the wildfire coverage of her hometown with the Thomas Fire. She also helped produce the Winter Olympics for NBC Bay Area.
She attended Tulane University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She was also part of the volleyball team. Amy also worked at WDSU in the sports department for a year.
While at Tulane University, she covered various sporting events including Saints games, the LSU regional baseball tournament, the USA women’s soccer tour, Tulane athletics, and the Pelicans.
When she’s not reporting, Amy loves going home to Ventura to spend time with her brothers and parents and going to the beach. She also loves playing beach volleyball, being outdoors and reading.
You can watch Amy’s stories on Action News Now during the weekdays.
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