Carolyn is an award winning journalist who has spent more than a decade covering some of the biggest stories in the GTA and across Canada. Carolyn began her journalism career hosting Toronto Living on Roger’s Television.
Wanting to move into the world of news, Carolyn moved to Eastern Canada, more specifically, Cape Breton Island.
As a videographer for ATV/CTV News, Carolyn tackled three jobs in one; reporter, camera operator and editor. Carolyn then moved to Barrie, Ontario where she was a Reporter and Anchor at the New VR for several years helping the station win a number of Radio & Television News Directors of Canada Awards (RTNDA) for “Best Newscast” for a small/medium market. In 2005, Carolyn returned home to Toronto and joined the Global News Team.
In 2006, Carolyn won the RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award for “Best Investigative Journalist” for her series on transit inaccessibility. She also won “Best Spot News Story” from York Regional Police for her coverage of a home invasion in Vaughan. Other career highlights include covering the Air France crash, the Queen’s Jubilee visit, and helping Global Toronto win an RTNDA for “Best Continuing Coverage” on the arrests of the Toronto Terror Suspects. Carolyn now adds a new role to her resume…mom.
Carolyn earned a Journalism Honours Degree from Carleton University and was born and raised in the GTA. She now lives in Toronto with her husband, a Toronto firefighter, with their two children.