Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI
School: Grand Valley State University
Nicole started with TV6 in April 2017 as a Multimedia Journalist.
Nicole is not new to Michigan and the crazy weather this state brings. She grew up in Kalamazoo until moving to Grand Rapids for school. She graduated from Grand Valley State University with a B.A. in Broadcasting, minor in theater. She was involved with her school station, GVTV Laker News, as a reporter/anchor and participated in many theater performances.
During her time at Grand Valley, she experienced many professional opportunities. Nicole was the morning show intern at 103.3 WKFR in Kalamazoo. She also received an internship at WGVU, the PBS Radio and TV station in Grand Rapids. It was there where she fell in love with reporting and was later hired on the WGVU production team. She also had the privilege to be a news intern with WOOD TV8 in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Nicole loves musical theater, whether that may be watching, performing or directing it. She also enjoys anything outdoorsy, especially hiking, camping and canoeing. Nicole is a huge Lions fan and still has faith that they will win a Super Bowl someday. She will always be seen with a book nearby because she loves to read.
She is so excited to start her career in broadcasting with WLUC TV6. Nicole can’t wait to get to know the community and tell their stories!
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