Chelsea Washington

Chelsea Washington

Chelsea Washington began her career in broadcast journalism, as an editorial assistant, at the Fox News Channel (FNC) in Washington, DC. She was subsequently promoted to  associate producer.

After two years at FNC, she moved to WRIC-TV, the ABC affiliate in Richmond, VA, as a general assignments reporter.  Her beat included investigative stories on local and state government. 

Most recently, Chelsea worked at WIS-TV, the NBC affiliate in Columbia SC, as a reporter/weekend anchor and host of a weekly public affairs program.  In the latter role, Chelsea had complete responsibility for content, scripts and selection of guests. 

The program covered a broad range of community interest topics as well as pop culture and political issues. 

Chelsea  earned a BA degree in public relations from James Madison University and a master’s degree in broadcast journalism and public affairs from  the American University.  She enjoys reading, writing and the arts. 

Chelsea is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.  Having lived only on the East Coast – except for a couple of childhood years at Fort Hood, Texas – Chelsea looks forward to becoming acquainted with Oklahoma.
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