Beairshelle Edmè joined the Siouxland News team in June 2013 and currently serves as a reporter.
Hailing from the great city of brotherly love, Philadelphia, she welcomes Siouxland as a new home and embraces the Midwest.
Prior to joining KMEG-TV & KPTH-TV, Beairshelle immersed herself in several experiences throughout the journalism and political field.
She began her news journey with Baltimore affiliates, WBAL-TV & WJZ-TV, during which time she truly began to cultivate her skills as a journalist while working alongside news veterans in every department from the assignment desk to the web unit. Later, these opportunities would help Beairshelle cross over into the national television platform, where she would soon foster her love for politics and journalism. But before then, she'd go on to study at the Universidad de Alcalà, where she furthered her proficiency and knowledge of the Spanish language and culture.
Back in the states, she interned with NBC Universal's "Meet the Press," and there gained pivotal skills from an iconic and leading political Sunday morning show. Following her time at "Meet the Press," she interned with CNN's "State of the Union" and "Reliable Sources." Her skills there were an unquestionable asset to the CNN Washington DC bureau, not only for these programs, but as well election coverage throughout the 2012 Presidential Election. Not deterred by the gritty Washington world, she found her place alongside other journalists in keeping the average citizen informed and conscious of today's political world.
Now, Beairshelle is more than ready and eager to give you, Sioux citians, your daily news and hopes to hear from you. She's here to serve you and the Siouxland community, but can't do it without your help. You can reach out to Beairshelle by emailing her at email@example.com or Facebook at Facebook.com/beairshelleedme.
Beairshelle is an alumna of Loyola University of Maryland, where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and minors in Political Science and Spanish. She is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
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