Sierra Fox joined the Fox 5 DC team in November 2020.
Before coming to Washington, D.C., she was the lead nightside reporter and anchor at ABC 8News in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to that, she worked at WDVM (formerly WHAG) as a bureau reporter in Winchester, Virginia. She also interned for Good Morning America in New York City.
Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Sierra graduated from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina with a B.A in Communication Studies and two minors in Business Marketing and Management.
She played Division 1 lacrosse her first three years of college – Go Fighting Camels! During her senior year, Sierra was a Production Assistant at ABC11 Eyewitness News, voted Homecoming Queen, and received the Senior of the Year award for Broadcasting and Electronic Media. Additionally, she has studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain and interned at WNCN and Raleigh Television Network.
Sierra is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, National Association of Black Journalists, and Founding Sister of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
She is thrilled to be in the nation’s capital! When she’s not reporting, she either dancing or eating. Send her your restaurant suggestions!
If you have any story ideas or just want to say hello, Sierra wants to hear from you! Send her an e-mail at email@example.com.
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