Role @ CTV: Anchor Noon News and 5:00 News
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Been with CTV Calgary since: 2003
- Covering the arrest of Robert Pickton, the investigation at his farm, and the disappearance of the missing women
- The Queen's Golden Jubilee tour of B.C.
- The trial of former B.C. Premier Glen Clark
Volunteer Connections in Calgary:
- Janus Academy (school for children with Autism)
- Theatre Calgary Night at the Oscars Gala
- Mount Royal Conservatory's fundraising gala
- Calgary Humane Society
- Crime Stoppers
- L'Arche Calgary (benefits adults with disabilities)
- Bachelor of Arts (Applied Sciences), Simon Fraser University
- Broadcast Journalism Program, British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
Favourite Place in Calgary: River Caf�
Interests/Activities: Travel - Languages - Cooking - Music - Movies - Animals
Favourite Movies: The Godfather parts I & II
Favourite Music: Everything!
Favourite TV Show: The Amazing Race
Why I am a broadcaster: I've known since I was 12 that this is what I wanted to do. As a kid, I wanted to be first to tell my family what had happened in the world during the day. Dinnertime was like a mini newscast with me as the anchor. Everyday there's something new to learn or discover. It's rewarding and challenging finding the best way to share information with our viewers on a daily basis, and I thoroughly enjoy meeting people from all walks of life with a variety of different views. Most importantly I know news can make a difference in our lives everyday; informing, enlightening, inspiring, motivating and educating. How fortunate I am to be able to do what I love for a living!