Grace’s love for meeting new people and learning about their lives led her to her position at WAAY TV. She says being a reporter allows her to do what she loves while making a difference.
She grew up near Baltimore, Maryland, but traveled south for her education. Grace studied news media at the University of Alabama. While in college, she worked at the local news station, WVUA 23 News in Tuscaloosa. She honed her skills during that time as weekend reporter.
Grace loves living in the Rocket City and during her time off looks for adventures across the Tennessee Valley.
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The district will provide all the necessary training. No experience is needed.
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