Lottye joined the NBC 29 news team in July of 2018. She is thrilled to be back where she was raised after graduating from George Mason University with a degree in communication.
Lottye created the public relations team at the George Mason Office of Student Media, and reported on the Women's March and a visit by Alicia Boe of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why." She also served as a White House intern and an actress at the Workhouse Arts Theater in Lorton.
When she isn't talking to people, Lottye loves to work on her bullet journal, play music, and dance.
With the announcement that Albemarle County Public Schools will remain closed through at least April 10, workers are making sure students in that community are fed. The school system is offering a lunch to go.
Virginia's House and Senate passed a bill on Sunday, March 8 that would allow localities to decide what happens to war memorials. A tour in Albemarle County’s Court Square grappled with some of these issues.
UVA has had several projects that are taking a closer look at the history involving enslaved people who built the school. Now, just over a month before the memorial to enslaved laborers is dedicated, some of the research is expected to continue.