Annie Schroeder

Annie Schroeder

Reporter

Charlottesville, Va.

Annie Schroeder joined the NBC29 team as a reporter in June 2018. Annie received a degree in media studies from Radford University.

Annie got her start in journalism during her time at Radford University. She was the executive producer for the university's student-run TV station Radford On Camera (ROC-TV). She was also a reporter and associate managing editor of Radford University's student newspaper The Tartan.

During her college career she also completed 2 internships with WDBJ-7 in Roanoke, Virginia.

Annie was born and raised outside Washington, D.C. and is a die-hard Washington Capitals fan.

When not working you can find her walking on the Downtown Mall with her Corgi puppy, Penny.

Annie is excited to make Charlottesville her new home and to connect with viewers.


Recent Articles by Annie

Sentara teams up with community to offer free COVID-19 testing

  Sentara Martha Jefferson works to come up with long-term plan for COVID-19 treatment

Charlottesville pharmaceutical company gets accelerated FDA review for drug that could help COVID-19 patients

ACAC furloughs employees due to economic impacts caused by coronavirus

Charlottesville Free Clinic searches for new location

  Gold Star father Khizr Khan discusses importance of Memorial Day

Pediatricians urge parents to reschedule appointments postponed due to COVID-19

  Fluvanna County camp changes business model due to COVID-19

Nonprofit says site of proposed project in Fluvanna County is endangered

  Albemarle County school superintendent helps deliver meals to students

  TJHD discusses plans for additional COVID-19 testing

Charlottesville city councilor concerned over loss of tax revenue

  Charlottesville public safety officials discuss Phase 1 enforcement

  Charlottesville High School hosts 2020 graduation

  Officers surprise Fluvanna County boy for his birthday

  Business owner receives input from the community on potential reopening

  Public safety officials escort family leaving UVA Medical Center

Sprint Pavilion weighs future of Fridays After Five due to COVID-19 concerns

  UVA Health begins reopening for in-person treatment

  Cultivate Charlottesville hosts seedling drive

  CACF to close COVID-19 helpline due to high demand

  Nurses at UVA Medical Center discuss efforts during coronavirus pandemic

Doctors warn COVID-19 has caused strokes in young people with mild coronavirus symptoms

  Charlottesville High School teacher maintains school garden, donates produce to community

  Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind works to engage students through distance learning

  “Project Rebound” gains momentum from community members hoping to help economy

  Region Ten discusses services for health care providers and first responders

  Fund created in memory of Dr. Lorna Breen

Letter sent to Our Lady of Peace family members claims more COVID-19 cases

  Food pantry in Charlottesville continues to feed restaurant employees out of work