Tisha Lewis

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Tisha Lewis
Born (1982-08-28) August 28, 1982 (age 40)
Occupation(s)Television Anchor, Reporter
Years active2015–present
Website tishalewis.com

Tisha Lewis is an American news reporter and anchor at FOX 5 News in Washington, DC. [1]


Early life and education

Lewis graduated from Virginia Tech, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Spanish. [2]


At 14 years old, Lewis was selected to become a “Posse Member” and Co-Host on Black Entertainment Television’s nationally televised talk show Teen Summit.[ citation needed ] From 2006 to 2009, she was an anchor and reporter at NBC in Miami, Florida. [3]

In July 2009, Lewis joined the CW's The Morning Show where she anchored news headlines on the network's flagship morning show. [4] In January 2010, she joined FOX in Indianapolis, Indiana as an anchor and reporter. [5]

Lewis is a founding member of Fox News Channel's flagship Apprentice Program. In 2014, she was an invited special guest at the Ailes Apprentice Program's 10th Anniversary. [6]

On June 18, 2015 it was announced that Lewis would join the FOX 5 News team in Washington, DC as a reporter and anchor. [7] [8] [9]

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