Before coming home, Bryanna was a reporter and fill-in anchor for WPMT-TV in South Central Pennsylvania for three-and-a-half years. She covered a variety of breaking news stories, the Governor's inauguration, the 2020 election, and she also worked closely with undiscovered small businesses to help them take off in the area. She also showcased hardworking first responders across the region, revealing the lives of every day heroes. Bryanna was the only reporter at WPMT-TV who remained out in the field with live coverage on COVID developments throughout the shutdowns. She also extensively covered the high-profile investigation into the missing Amish teenager, Linda Stoltzfoos. Bryanna also landed an exclusive interview with American Professional soccer player Christian Pulisic while he was back visiting his home field.
Bryanna began her on-air career in Binghamton, New York at WICZ-TV where she was the weeknight anchor, a multimedia journalist, and a producer. There, she covered 'April the Giraffe's' infamous and viral pregnancy, a story that made national headlines. She even got to meet April's calf!
Bryanna graduated from the Klein College of Media and Communication at Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in Journalism. She enjoyed spending several years in the city of Brotherly Love, especially cheering on her favorite teams... #FlyEaglesFly!
Bryanna is excited to be back in the Delaware Valley. It has always been her dream to be a part of the Action News family. When she's not working, you can find Bryanna spending time with her friends and family, and her husband Kevin and their dog Banks and cat Stella.
She encourages you to reach out to say hi, share story ideas, and your favorite local ice-cream spots!
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