Grace Holland

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NAME: Grace Holland
TITLE: Reporter
E-MAIL: grace.holland@witn.com
ALMA MATER: University of Georgia
PREVIOUS STATIONS: WALB News 10 Intern, Albany, Ga
MARRIED: No
CHILDREN: No
FAVORITE TV SHOW: The West Wing
FAVORITE BAND: Walk The Moon
FAVORITE BOOK: Reservation Blues by Sherman Alexie
FAVORITE FOOD: Popcorn
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Chai Latte
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: Go for a walk and listen to music
FAVORITE SEASON: Fall
FUN FACT: I have collected all 50 state quarters and can recite the names of all US presidents in chronological order.
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: A camera




BIOGRAPHY:

Grace Holland joined the WITN team in January 2018 as a reporter.

Grace is a Georgia native who became interested in journalism when she took yearbook class as a high school freshman. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia after transferring from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in her hometown of Tifton, Georgia.

Grace interned at Seacrest Studios at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. and at WALB News 10 in Albany, Georgia. She also served as a senior production manager, producer, reporter and anchor for her college’s news station, Grady Newsource.

Although she misses the Peach State, Grace is excited to learn more about the stories and people of Eastern Carolina.

When she’s not reporting, Grace enjoys traveling and hanging out with friends.

If you have a story idea or just want to say hey, you can reach Grace by email at grace.holland@witn.com.


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