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Siobhan Riley Bio, Age, Fox13 news reporter, Articles, Education, Net worth

Siobhan Riley is an American journalist and news reporter at Fox 13. She joined FOX13 Memphis in August 2018. She has been aspiring to be a journalist…

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Siobhan Riley Biography

Siobhan Riley is an American journalist and news reporter at Fox 13. She joined FOX13 Memphis in August 2018. She has been aspiring to be a journalist since when she was young because of her passion for writing. but her passion became a reality. She started writing children’s stories when she was in elementary school.

Siobhan Riley Age

Siobhan Riley was born in the United States of America. Her age is under review but we will ger to update you very soon. She is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio and grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Siobhan Riley Education

Siobhan Riley graduated Summa Cum Laude from North Carolina A&T State University with her BA in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2005. There, she received the “Most Outstanding Graduate Award” in the journalism department.

Siobhan Riley Net worth

Siobhan Riley has an estimated net worth of $ 6 dollars as of 2019. She has all this huge amount of income generated from her hard work as a journalist and news reporter.

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Siobhan Riley started her career in radio at 1510 WEAL Gospel when she was in college; also known as one of the top gospel radio stations in the country. She also interned at CBS News in New York.  Siobhan Riley current and previous job include Reporter @ Fox13 Memphis/NC A&T grad/Motivational Speaker/ #NABJ Council of Presidents Chair/ Former president of Memphis Assoc. of Black Journalists

Before coming to FOX13, Siobhan took on the role as the director of marketing and communications for a Tennessee State Representative’s district office from 2016-2018 where she coordinated community outreach initiatives in Memphis and worked in media relations.

Before coming to Memphis, she worked as a reporter/anchor at WJRT in Flint, Michigan. Before that, she was a reporter/ fill-in anchor at WCBI in Columbus Mississippi where she received the Mississippi Associated Press Award for her spot-news coverage on a Starkville, MS fire that took the lives of nine people.

Mississippi where she received the Mississippi Associated Press Award for her spot-news coverage on a Starkville, MS fire that took the lives of nine people. Before making her way in front of the camera, Siobhan was a production assistant at WXII-TV in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Two months later, she was offered her first on-air job at WCJB in Gainesville, Florida. In her spare time, she enjoys motivational speaking, reading, traveling and spending time with her family.  She also has a passion for mentoring youth.

Outside of television, she shadows her father and spends time learning about his national leadership consulting a business that he started after retiring from Proctor & Gamble where he was the operations manager.

Her father’s business is called “Nehemiah-The Leadership Company.” Her favorite quote comes from her college professor Nagatha Tonkins. “As long as you keep God first success will be yours.” Siobhan is the Council of Presidents Chairperson for the National Association of Black Journalists and former president of the Memphis Association of Black Journalists.

Siobhan Riley talking about traffic congestion in Saginaw, Michigan

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Live TV can be a cruel mistress and no one knows that better right now than reporter Siobhan Riley after she unwittingly drew a shape resembling a large penis on a Tuesday evening bulletin.

She was unfortunate in the hilarious incident that happened during the live news report on ABC12 which covers the mid-Michigan area. Riley was using an onscreen map to show viewers an area in the center of Saginaw blighted by construction work when she drew the undeniably phallic shape.

The clip of Riley’s dodgy drawing has of course gone viral and attracted plenty of smart alec comments about how maybe she had something else on her mind while she was presenting the news. Neither Riley nor the TV station has commented on the incident.

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Siobhan Riley Articles

New program to focus on empowering African-American males in SCS

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Shelby County Schools superintended Dr. Joris Ray launched a program on Monday focusing on empowering African American males in the district. The superintendent explained The African American Male Empowerment Initiative focuses on addressing issues impacting young males with low test scores, low attendance, and poverty. Michai Mosby, who is preparing to start the 11th grade in Shelby County Schools, said his biggest concern is the lack of resources.

New campaign plans to provide helpful resources for opioid addiction

Tennessee ranks among the most high-risk states in the country for overdose deaths. New data just released by the University of Michigan shows a map of at least 14 states impacted. The state of Tennessee just launched a new campaign, it’s called Tennessee Faces of the Opioid Crisis, which provides resources. FOX13 reached out to the University of Michigan after the study was released.

Construction crews tackle safety problems near Overton Park

By now, you’ve probably noticed crews working on construction at Poplar and Tucker near Overton Park. That project will likely be completed in about two weeks. FOX13 spoke with pedestrians who said that area is a safety concern. Crews are working on putting a sidewalk along Poplar to help tackle some of those safety concerns. People who oversee Overton Park said they have seen pedestrians walking between cars and nearly getting hit.

Drafted from: fox13memphis.com