An Atlanta native, Amanda has a passion for all things animals, sports, nature and good eats.
She made her way to Mississippi four years ago to pursue her love for journalism at the University of Mississippi and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism in 2018.
During her time at Ole Miss, she experienced several internship opportunities including ones with MSNBC and ESPNU.
Amanda decided to stay in Mississippi and joined WTVA as a reporter in March 2019.
When not in the newsroom, you can find Amanda enjoying the company of her beloved black lab Aspen, and/or watching sports and enjoying the outdoors with friends.
Amanda is thankful to be a part of WTVA to report news to you!
The sheriff of Clay County is excited about the county's new justice center.
The owner of Boone's Camp Event Venue has apologized after denying to host a couple because of their interracial relationship.
The National Weather Service recognized the security team at the Barnes Crossing Mall for being storm ready.
The City of Okolona's Fire Department welcomes a brand new truck.
Tupelo's most famous tourist attraction is planning an expansion.
The Army Center for Aviation Excellence in Fort Rucker, Alabama, is welcoming a new helicopter for pilot training.
With the first heat-related death of the summer, people are being urged to stay inside and cool.
The Lee County School District is offering reduced-price or free meals for students.
Teachers in Mississippi are now required to attend a training course to better prepare for active shooter situations.
Construction begins in New Albany for a Shell building on Munsford Drive