Pat came to WJZ from WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio where she had been a news anchor and general assignment reporter.
Her desire to give back to the community keeps Pat involved with many non-profit organizations.
Pat attended Southern Methodist University and University of Akron, where she studied speech/communications and mass media.
Pat enjoys traveling, reading and watching old movies in her spare time.
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Baltimore City Council prepares to tackle what some consider a huge health issue–sugary drinks.
New protections are going in place to combat human trafficking in Baltimore. The City Council passed and the mayor signed a whistleblower protections bill Wednesday.
Members of CASA Maryland are among groups across the country launching protests Tuesday.
All public safety resources in Philadelphia–police fire, medical and civilian–were called to action.
Martin O’Malley is closer to announcing whether he’ll run for the Democratic primary nomination for president. The former Maryland governor has been in New York and New Hampshire this week.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is set to announce the chairman for the #OneBaltimore initiative, which was established last week to support the ongoing efforts to rebuild communities and neighbors in Baltimore.
What to do, and what to avoid. The Transportation Security Administration wants to prepare passengers for their summer travels.
West Baltimore, the center of recent unrest, is also home to large numbers of ex-offenders who want the governor to sign a bill restoring the right to vote immediately after release.
The tribute paid to fallen troopers brings the state police family together each year–and this year is no exception.
Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson campaigns in Baltimore, where he worked for years at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Carson is meeting with faith and community leaders.
One of the city’s most popular freebies is running low on money. Cuts are proposed for the Charm City Circulator, which links points of interest in the downtown area.
Baltimore residents continue to take an active role in restoring calm, answering the call of city and state leaders—among them, State Senator Catherine Pugh.