Jasmine Anderson joined the WFXG FOX 54 news team as a multi-media journalist in April 2018.
She developed a love for storytelling at an early age, and remembers watching the news with her grandmother as a child.
Before calling the Master’s City home she worked in Pensacola, Florida as WEAR ABC 3’s first executive producer of digital content. While she was at the helm of the digital department, the website received a Florida Associated Press Broadcasters award as a finalist in website/digital.
Jasmine began her career at an NBC-affiliate along the Gulf Coast, where she wrote compelling stories, managed employees and assignments and also wrote digital content for the website.
She grew up in the home of America’s first Mardi Gras - Mobile, Alabama - and earned her B.A. in Communication at the University of South Alabama. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
In her free time she loves to travel, read and spend time with family and friends. She’s looking forward to telling the stories that matter to you, so send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org and keep up with the CRSA’s latest news on social media by following her on Twitter and liking her Facebook page.
There's been at least one homicide each month this year in Richmond County. a local woman is working to connect people in the community to address disparities - like education - that can contribute to violence.
"The future is yours, you must prepare yourself accordingly," said acting Paine College president Dr. Cheryl Evans Jones to hundreds who attended Paine College's fall convocation. (Source: Jasmine Anderson)
A former Richmond County politician wants local government to conduct a forensic audit of the Recreation Department, Sandridge Community Association memorandum of understanding and the Jamestown Community Center.