Mallory Anderson

Weekend Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

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Weekend Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

School: University of Michigan
Hometown: Brighton, MI

Mallory is a graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (go blue!) where she studied Communication.

While at U of M, Mallory was a part of WOLV-TV, the university's student-run TV station and worked as a sideline reporter and crew member for the Big Ten Network. She also worked as an associate producer for the Detroit-based morning radio show, Mojo in the Morning on Channel 95.5.

In her free time, Mallory loves to read, watch TV, hike, and go to concerts and music festivals. She is an avid Red Wings and a Tigers fan as well as all things U of M sports.

Also, Mallory is passionate about Camp Kesem, a nonprofit organization that sends kids whose parents have or had cancer to a free week long summer camp. She was a camp counselor and coordinator for the organization throughout college.

Mallory is excited to share unique stories and explore all there is to see as she starts this new journey in the Upper Peninsula!

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