HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Keneisha finds her purpose and passion in connecting with people by telling their stories. She’s happy to be here in the Rocket City to now tell your stories!
Before she moved to Huntsville, she worked for two years as an on-air Multimedia Journalist in Panama City, Florida for WMBB-TV. Before then, she worked in her hometown of Miami, Florida as a news writer for WSVN-TV.
She graduated from Howard University in Washington D.C., and earned her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. There, she served as Metro Editor for the student-run newspaper The Hilltop, interned at the CBS-Affiliate news station (WUSA9) in D.C., and wrote for the Howard University News Service. Keneisha also had the opportunity to interview civil rights activist C.T. Vivian, and feminist icon Gloria Steinem at the White House when then-president Barack Obama, also honored Oprah Winfrey, and Bill Clinton for the Medal of Freedom in 2013.
If you see Keneisha out exploring the city, please say hello and catch up with her on social media!