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Wake Up Wisconsin Anchor, Multimedia Journalist
Cami joined the Newsline 9 team in June, 2007. After more than two years of story-telling on the evening newscasts, Cami changed gears and starting waking up early to help bring you the news on Wake Up Wisconsin.
Central Wisconsin has become home to this small town girl. Before moving here, she lived in Barry, Illinois. It's a small town of only 1,500 people. Cami graduated high school with a class of less than 30 students. So, she loves the small communities that surround her.
Cami graduated from Illinois State University. While at ISU, she worked at the student run television station, TV 10. There, she learned the ropes of anchoring, reporting and producing. She was honored in 2007 with the TV 10 Founders Award.
While in school, Cami interned with our sister station WGEM in Quincy, Illinois. Also, during her senior year, she interned at WEEK- TV in Peoria, Illinois.
Since moving to the Badger State, Cami realized she has a love for outdoor sports. Although she admits to lots of falls, she loves to water and downhill ski. In the summer you can find Cami on Lake Wausau or up at Granite Peak once the snow hits!
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