I learned first-hand from some of the best journalism professors in the country while attending California State University Northridge. As an up-and-coming journalist, I was honored to win two prestigious awards during my senior year of college. I won an Edward R. Murrow Award and an Associated Press Radio and Television Association Award for my work as a writer and anchor of the radio news broadcast, The Evening Update, which aired throughout Los Angeles on 88.5 KCSN-FM.

After graduating with a BA in Journalism, I went on to work as a television news producer for the NBC affiliate KSBW-TV in Salinas, CA, and later for the CBS affiliate WCCO-TV, in Minneapolis, MN.  I also worked as a web reporter for the Minneapolis NBC affiliate, KARE-11, and interned at KABC in Los Angeles.

Upon my departure from television news, I worked on the hit Food Network television show, Diner’s, Drive-in’s, and Dives.

I currently freelance for my husband’s company, Snow Gloeb Entertainment, to help produce commercials and promotional videos in the Twin Cities. Click for Snow Gloeb Entertainment