Marcella Robertson Biography, Age, Career, WUSA9, NBC29 And Reel


Marcella Robertson Biography

Marcella Robertson is an American journalist who works as a reporter for WUSA9. She is also a team of the GetUp DC. She was born in Germany and she is very fluent in German.

Robertson grew up in Stafford. Marcella attended George Mason University for her undergraduate degree. She then attended the Virginia Commonwealth University for her master’s degree in Multimedia Journalism.

Here are some interesting facts about Marcella;

Position: General Assignment Reporter
Year Hired: 2012
Favorite Story: She did a mini-documentary in grad school about the 20th anniversary of the Bosnian war. She was able to talk to Bosnian refugees and listen to what they had to endure. It was such a rare and rewarding experience.
Dream Interview: Oprah
Dream Job: Today Show or Dateline
The most rewarding part of her job: Meeting and talking to so many interesting people. Also, getting to tell a new story every day is amazing.
Favorite TV Show: Law and Order SVU
Role Models: My mom and Oprah (typical, but she’s amazing)
Alma Mater: George Mason and VCU
Hometown: Stafford, VA
Favorite Food: She loves trying all different types of food
Favorite Sports Team: Redskins
Favorite Author: Stieg Larson and J.K. Rowling (Never too old for Harry Potter)
Favorite Vacation Spot: Miami! (Beautiful beaches and awesome food. Perfect combo)

Marcella Robertson Age

Information about her age will be updated soon though she was born in Germany.

Marcella Robertson Career | Marcella Robertson WUSA9 | Marcella Robertson NBC29

Marcella Robertson is an honor winning writer. You can see her on Get Up DC on from 4:25 a.m.- 6 a.m. Monday through Friday. She joined the WUSA9 group in July 2017 and is excited to be home! Marcella has been in Virginia for a large portion of her life.

Marcella Robertson

She was brought up in Stafford, went to George Mason University for her college degree, and got her graduate degree in Multimedia Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University. Marcella began her news-casting vocation at NBC29 in Charlottesville.

Before joining WUSA9, Marcella was a piece of the 13News Now group in Norfolk for a long time. During her time there, her work was perceived with a few honors, including an Emmy and an Edward R. Murrow grant.

Marcella is enthusiastic about her work and appreciates having the option to have any kind of effect in people groups’ lives. Marcella was conceived in Germany and is familiar with German. At the point when she’s not at work, she wants to travel, investigate the city, and invest energy with her family and companions.

Experience

Reporter
Company Name WUSA-TV
Dates Employed Jul 2017 – Present
Employment Duration 2 yrs 3 mos
Location Washington D.C. Metro Area

Reporter
Company Name WVEC ABC13, 13News Now, wvec.com, G/O Digital
Dates Employed Sep 2014 – Jul 2017
Employment Duration 2 yrs 11 mos
Location Norfolk, Virginia Area, USA.

Reporter
Company Name NBC29 WVIR-TV
Dates Employed Oct 2012 – Aug 2014
Employment Duration 1 yrs 11 mos
LocationCharlottesville, Virginia Area

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Teens plea to put guns down after friend is killed by a stray bullet

Jamahri Sydnor loved to cheer. She was captain of her team at Woodrow Wilson High School in the district. The 17-year old was about to head to FAMU for college next week.

Jamahri Sydnor loved to cheer. She was captain of her team at Woodrow Wilson High School in the district. The 17-year old was about to head to FAMU for college next week.

Her cheerleading coach, Stephanie Baxter, says Jamahri was always someone she could count on.

“She’s funny, she loves to dance and play around. She just had such an uplifting spirit she made everybody around her feel special,” said Baxter.

Last Thursday, Jamahri was driving through an intersection in Northeast, D.C. when she was shot in the head. She died a few days later.

Since then, her family and friends have been trying to wrap their minds around the senseless violence. Her friends want to send a message to other people in the city.

“We lost Jamahri due to gun violence in the city and I want everyone to know it’s not okay to flaunt guns and things that can be life-threatening and take away somebody like that,” said a close friend.

Those closest to her say they will make sure her memory lives on.

“Jamahri’s spirit was just so uplifting. When you saw her she just brightened your day, you just fell in love,” said Baxter.

Woodrow Wilson High School’s Principal, Kimberly Martin, sent the following statement to WUSA9:

“We are all deeply saddened by the death of our recent graduate, Jamahri Sydnor. Jamahri was a friend to everyone she met, a leader, a bright light and an example of what we hope all Wilson students can be. Her passing is an incredible shock to our community, and we lift the family in love and support.

The school is in the process of planning a vigil for Jamahri on Monday, August 21st. We also plan to memorialize her cheerleading uniform at our first home football game. She will be greatly missed by the members of our school and our entire community.”


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