I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland, but I have lived in the Ark-La-Tex for a long time. I am a graduate of Bossier Parish Community College with a degree in Broadcasting. After graduating from BPPC, I continued my education at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. I graduated from LSUS with a degree in Journalism. I have been a member of the Townsquare Media/Shreveport family for many years, and I have worn several hats in the office. You can hear me on KEEL radio each weekday morning. I am the producer for the Robert and Erin show. While I do a lot of work behind the scenes to make the show happen each day, I also get to join the conversation and provide my input on the topics we cover each day. On a personal level, my interests include music and learning about the history of our community. On our website, you will find that I enjoy writing articles about my interests as well as news that impacts the Ark-La-Tex. Make sure to listen to Robert & Erin each weekday morning and follow KEEL News on our social media platforms.
Libbey Glass Announces ‘Tentative’ Plan to Close Shreveport Facility
The glass company filed for bankruptcy last month.
Shreveport Releases Full Mask Mandate Order
The mandate goes into effect today at 5 pm
Golden Corral Plans to Reopen, Outlines Plans for Future
The buffet chain is making some changes but plans to keep operating.
Cade Brumley Named State Superintendent of Education
The Former DeSoto Parish Schools Superintendent is now in charge of state education.
Restaurants Can Re-Open at 25% Capacity Starting Today
Business owners and raconteurs alike are excited to once again be able to have a sit down meal.
Are the Governor’s Stay at Home Mandates Too Confusing to Follow?
There's A LOT packed into the Governor's Stay at Home Mandate. But, is it too confusing for most to follow?
SPOA Responds to Proposed Police Budget Cut
The Shreveport Police Officer's Association is NOT happy with a proposed police budget cut.
Deals & Discounts for Shreveport First Responders & Healthcare Workers
Many in the community and across their country want to say thank you to those on frontlines fighting COVID-19.
Comprehensive List of Shreveport Restaurants That Are Open
Looking for something to eat? There are plenty of businesses that are still open and need your support.
Gov. Extends Stay at Home Order Until May 15th
Edwards also outlines his plan for entering Phase 1 of re-opening.
A Shreveport Homicide Suspect Has Been Shot & Killed
Derek Swanson allegedly killed his girlfriend and shot at Caddo Deputies.
Gov. Edwards Extends Stay-At-Home Mandate
Following in the footsteps of President Trump, Governor Edwards has extended the state's Stay-at-Home Mandate until the end of April