Mallory Nicholls

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Sandra Forero-Richards
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Central Florida News 13, Orlando, FL                                            Sept. 2013-Present
Weekend Meteorologist/Weekday Fill-in

WPDE, Myrtle Beach, SC                                                          Aug. 2010-Sept. 2013

Weekend Meteorologist/ Weekday Reporter

  •  Weather anchored 4 shows per weekend
  •  Recorded weather forecast for radio
  •  Updated website & weather channel
  •  Fill-in for Chief Meteorologist & Morning Meteorologist
  •  Reported, shot and edited weekday stories

WJHL, Johnson City, TN                                                           July 2008- July 2010

Weekend Meteorologist

  •  Weather anchor 4 shows per weekend
  •  Updated website & weather channel
  •  Fill-in for Chief Meteorologist & Morning Meteorologist
  •  Fill-in for weekend News Anchor


  •  North Carolina State University May 2008
  •  Bachelor of Science in Meteorology
  •  Concentration in Communication Studies


Proficient in the following graphic systems:

  •  Weather Central Graphics System
  •  WSI Graphics System

Experienced in the following forecasting systems:

  •  Exclusive Storm Prediction
  •  Live Radar
  •  Baron Weather System
  •  VIPIR Radar

Proficient in the following editing and broadcast systems:

  •  Edius Editing System
  •  ENPS
  •  Grass Valley Editing System


  •  Certification for Broadcast Meteorology from the American Meteorological Society
  •  National Weather Association Member since 2009
  •  American Meteorological Society Member since 2005
  •  Student & Professional Chapters
  •  Student Chapter President (2007-2008)
  •  Student Chapter Treasurer (2006-2007)
  • Selected to participate in the Emmy Award winning Carolina Week student run broadcast station at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to give on-air forecasts to the local viewing audience in addition to creating forecasts
  • Selected to participate in Carolina Connection including creating forecasts and reading them over a live radio broadcast.
  • Selected to be an intern with the National Weather Service
  • Selected to be on a research team as an undergraduate representative researching how global warming will affect hurricane intensity
  • Participated in forecasting for the North Carolina State University newspaper
  • Selected to be a teacher’s assistant for the Weather and Climate Lab for the school year of 2007/2008

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