Sarah Konsmo Biography, Age, Husband, Career, And WUSA9

Sarah Konsmo is an American journalist who is working as a reporter for WUSA9. She has worked for more than 10 years as a one-man band video storyteller.

Sarah Konsmo Biography

Sarah Konsmo is an American journalist who is working as a reporter for WUSA9. She has worked for more than 10 years as a one-man-band video storyteller. Sarah is currently living in the Brookland neighborhood in Washington DC, USA. She lives with her husband and two kids.

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Sarah Konsmo Husband

She is a married woman and she has two kids with her husband.

Sarah Konsmo Career | Sarah Konsmo WUSA9

Sarah Konsmo joins WUSA9 from Canada. She has worked for over 10 years as an ‘exclusive band’ video storyteller: shooting, altering, and announcing TV stories from beginning to end. Sarah’s vocation made them take a shot at the two coasts and a few between, for Canada’s national supporter the CBC and CTV.

Sarah Konsmo
Sarah Konsmo

She secured everything from real steelworker strikes, pipeline dissents, fracking concerns, and bombing fisheries. Sarah currently lives in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington DC, with her significant other and two kids.

She is excited to cover nearby news in her recently received main residence and nation. Sarah is constantly glad to get news tips and story thoughts: skonsmo@wusa9.com

Experience

Multi-Skilled Journalist
Company Name WUSA-TV
Dates Employed Feb 2017 – Present
Employment Duration 2 yrs 8 mos
Location Washington D.C. Metro Area

Journalist/Producer
Company Name Freelance
Dates Employed 2016 – Present
Employment Duration 3 yrs
Location Washington D.C. Metro Area
Pitching unique stories: researching, writing and producing finished pieces with aggressive deadlines
Producing television news, assisting journalists as they gather, research and edit their pieces.

Company Name CBC
Total Duration 4 yrs 7 mos
Title Video Journalist
Dates Employed 2012 – Feb 2015
Employment Duration 3 yrs
Location Calgary
I am a one-man-band television reporter:
I shoot, edit, and report stories for the nightly news.

Title Video Journalist
Dates Employed Aug 2010 – Jan 2012
Employment Duration 1 yrs 6 mos
Location Saint John, New Brunswick

Video Journalist/Weather Presenter
Company Name CTV Northern Ontario
Dates Employed Nov 2007 – Aug 2010
Employment Duration 2 yrs 10 mos
Location Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Video Journalist/Anchor
Company Name CFTK TV
Dates Employed Feb 2006 – Nov 2007
Employment Duration 1 yrs 10 mos
LocationPrince Rupert and Terrace, British Columbia

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‘In November, we will remember’ | Protesters renew calls for Gov. Northam’s resignation

‘Northam makes me want to Ralph’, among the sentiments on placards at a protest Saturday, as Governor Ralph Northam hits the campaign circuit in advance of November elections.

Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam was back on the campaign circuit helping raise funds at Senator David Marsden’s campaign kick-off Saturday.

Protesters from the NAACP and Virginia’s Republican party protested in front of the event, allied in their frustration that Northam has not stepped down.

It’s been two months since a photo in his 1984 medical school yearbook appeared to show the governor in blackface or a KKK hood.

Kofi Annan, president of the Fairfax County NAACP, said Governor Northam’s denial of being in the photo defies logic.

“It’s just another slap in the face. I think it’s an insult to our intelligence,” said Annan.

John March, Communications Director with the Republican Party of Virginia agreed.

“Governor Northam admitted to being in his first yearbook, then took it back in a bumbling press conference, in which he admitted to being in the blackface another time. It’s unforgivable.”

Senator David Marsden said he is now standing behind Northam. Though he initially called for his resignation, he now says he believes he wasn’t in the picture.

‘That I do believe, yes” said Marsden.

Marsden added there’s a lot at stake in November’s upcoming election. He said Democrats have a unique opportunity to win both chambers.

“Life goes on we have to govern. We have to do the important things necessary. We can’t just sit around. We got some things done in the veto session that has never been accomplished before,” said Marsden.

Annan said, though the NAACP has traditionally been allied in their fight for equality, many at Saturday’s protest expressed a sense of betrayal and vowed not to vote Democrat in November’s election.

“They have to be reminded, that we are not pawns and that our interests and our feelings matter and we can’t just sacrifice them when it’s convenient,” said Annan.

Sean Perryman, Fairfax County NAACP Vice President is a constituent of Marsden’s’. Perryman said he’s lost his vote.

“It’s disgusting. It makes me feel that the people who I elected previously and I supported previously do not care about me as an individual, or as an African American and they do not care about my community.”

The Eastern Virginia Medical school has hired an outside law firm to investigate its 1984 yearbook.

There’s no timeline for when that report is set to be released.