Kelly Skjerven
Digital Broadcast Journalist

Kelly grew up in Saskatoon and headed off to the big city to get her journalism degree. While in Toronto, she discovered a newfound love for the Blue Jays, Raptors and city life. At the Toronto Metropolitan University School of Journalism Kelly was a part of the award-winning reporting team that investigated water quality in Ontario schools and daycares, published in the Toronto Star and Global News.

Staying true to her roots, Kelly returned to Saskatoon in March 2020 to begin her internship at Global Saskatoon. Kelly graduated in April 2020, receiving her diploma in PDF via email. She’s still waiting until she can safely gather and celebrate her graduation with friends.

In October 2020 Kelly packed her bags and headed north to work for the Prince Albert Daily Herald. She reported on local charities trying to make a difference, court trials, and a group of Métis people and a research team trying to locate their ancestor’s graves.

Kelly started with Global Regina in early 2021 as a digital broadcast journalist before joining the Global Saskatoon team in March 2022.



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