Naomi Keitt, pronounced "Kit," joined the FOX23 News team in June 2015 as a multi-media journalist.
She came to Tulsa from the CBS affiliate WRBL in Columbus, Georgia.
Naomi was born in Chicago and grew up in Coral Springs, Florida and Kennesaw, Georgia. She is a Broadcast Journalism graduate of the University of Georgia class of 2013. Go Dawgs!
Naomi began her career as a digital journalist and weekend anchor/producer in Columbus, Georgia. While in Columbus she covered stories across the Chattahoochee Valley like new policies in Georgia and Alabama schools, and deployments at Fort Benning.
While in college, she immersed herself on campus as a reporter, anchor and producer for Grady NewSource, the school's student run news program. She also supported the University and its students as a Resident Assistant and as publicist for UGA's housing channel. Over the summers, Naomi interned at WSB-TV Channel 2 in Atlanta and 95.5 FM/AM 750 WSB Radio Station.
In her free time she loves reading, hanging out with friends, shopping, volunteering with children, and getting to know new people. Naomi is passionate about life and is thrilled to be in the Tulsa area!
She is very interested in telling the stories that matter most to you, please feel free to contact Naomi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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