Moriah joined NBC29 as a reporter in July 2018 after graduating from Hampton University with a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in liberal arts. She is originally from Hampton, Virginia and is happy to be reporting in a place close to home.
During her time at the real HU, she was a member of the National Association for Black Journalists, and was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society.
Moriah also wrote scripts for the student-run news station WHOV and did a full-time internship with WAVY TV 10 in Portsmouth, Virginia.
When not looking for her next story, you can find her exploring the beautiful city of Charlottesville or at the gym.
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Right now, the American economy is strong, but millions of people are struggling with equal opportunities. On Thursday, several Charlottesville community leaders gathered for a conversation about what can be done to address the issue.
The history of the enslaved in the Charlottesville area is coming alive. Descendants of enslaved people at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello spoke at a panel discussion at Northside Library in Albemarle County.
With Christmas over, plenty of people in the community are starting another tradition. Thursday marks the start of Kwanzaa, and people gathered at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center to kick it off.
With Christmas just hours away, Santa dropped off some gifts ahead of schedule for one family. They have a sick child undergoing cancer treatment at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital, but one organization is stepping in to make the holiday more cheerful.
Changes could soon be coming for the Piedmont Family YMCA in Crozet. A letter that went out to members says ACAC will be taking over the facility at the beginning of April when the YMCA’s lease runs out.
Singers and musicians in Charlottesville showcased some of their best work to raise money to help the homeless population. On Friday, The Southern Café and Music Hall hosted a holiday extravaganza to benefit The Haven.