I was drawn to storytelling, as a communications major at St. John's University and since graduation I found myself in many roles: producer, director, and writer. I've been fortunate enough work on everything from national news and live TV to award ceremonies and unscripted reality shows.
Over the years, I’ve collaborated with some of the most reputable names in the industry such as CBS, The Food Network, MSNBC, Comedy Central, BBC Productions, Paramount Television, 20th Century Fox, and King World.
For over a decade, I was deeply involved in news but as with every story, there was an pivot for me after I became interested in this "Reality TV" genre. I transitioned into the world of non-scripted reality TV – an experience both thrilling and insightful. My dedication to the craft didn’t go unnoticed, leading to top roles in development and production at a leading television production companies.
After 12 years I felt the winds of change. The digital age beckoned, and I saw the potential in social media . Drawing upon decades of experience, I ventured into marketing and content production, even working on projects for CBS Interactive and spearheading a multi-media company that focuses on branded advertising and web production.
One of the highlights of my career has been my time with MNN Productions with the Manhattan Neighborhood Network. For five years, I created a wide range of political content, everything from national elections to social commentary to legal forums to the intricate layers of New York’s local politics.
Throughout my journey, my passion for storytelling and my dedication to quality content have remained unshaken. Every day, I'm reminded of why I stepped into this dynamic world of media and television production. It's not just about creating content; it's about making a difference, one story at a time.
Recently, I launched New York Living on PIX11 and in 2022 I joined Spectrum News as Senior Executive Producer of Weekend programing. At NY1 I work with a team of talented producers, reporters, MMJs and anchors to report news stories that matter to New Yorkers. NY1
My professional life extends beyond the control room. I'm a proud member of Producers Guild of America, NYWIFT, Women in Media, NYWIFT: New York Women in Film and Television, Deadline Club of New York, The Society Professional Journalists, The National Association of Black Journalists, including NYABJ chapter.
One issue that has been very important to me is homelessness here in New York City. I also serve on the board of Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter where I work to help address homelessness, one of our city’s most pressing issues.