After spending some time across the Mighty Mac in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Mallory is happy to be back home downstate as an anchor and reporter, joining WILX News 10 in July of 2017.
Mallory grew up right down the road from Lansing in Brighton, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan, where she studied Communication. During her time as a student she worked as a sideline reporter for the Big Ten Network, and a news anchor for the student-run TV station, WOLV-TV. She also had the opportunity to be an associate producer for Mojo in the Morning, a morning radio show in Detroit.
Before moving to Lansing, Mallory worked in Marquette, Michigan as a weekend anchor and reporter for WILX’s sister station, WLUC TV6. During her time there, she experienced invaluable opportunities, like interviewing Al Roker of NBC’s TODAY Show, and having her work featured nationally NBC News.
Outside of work, Mallory has a passion for Camp Kesem, a student-run organization that offers children whose parents have or had cancer a free week of summer camp. As a college student, she was a counselor and program coordinator for Camp Kesem’s chapter at the U of M. She also loves biking, hiking, reading, watching TV, and cheering on her favorite sports teams like the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers, and Michigan Wolverines. A big fan of concerts and music festivals, some of her favorite shows of all time have been seeing both Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen live.
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