Anchor + Reporter
Born in Little Rock, Arkansas this southern gal has always had a thirst for gathering the information and telling it. After gracing her high school stage in several theatrical productions, she found herself at Arkansas State University graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio/Television-emphasis on... you guessed it.. "NEWS." Ke'Sha has interned at several stations in her early career... KIPR-Power 92.3 Jams (FM Radio), KARK-TV both in Little Rock, Arkansas; and KTVE-TV in Monroe, Louisiana. She got her first on-camera job in Clarksville, Tennessee as a reporter for WKAG-TV. One of her most memorable stories was about the 101st Airborne Division's search and kill mission for Uday and Qusay Hussein during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Years later she moved from Middle Tennessee to Middle Georgia-telling stories of migrant farmers during the height of the country's strong call for Immigration Reform. She worked as a field anchor/reporter and then a solo anchor for WMGT-Tv's morning show.