Adrienne has enjoyed her time in North Texas; even before joining CBS 11 News from her native California she made annual visits to Dallas-Fort Worth and enjoyed what she considers, “some of the best shopping in the world!”
Prior to her work in the Lone Star State she worked at NBC affiliate KCRA in Sacramento, where she anchored the AM & noon newscasts.
Adrienne holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Southern California. As a student there, one of her most memorable moments was interviewing George Lucas for the university’s cable station. After college she worked on a freelance basis in Los Angeles as a red carpet correspondent and host on a number of projects including work with PBS and Disney.
Adrienne supports many philanthropic efforts, enjoys food and fitness and in her spare time endeavors to improve her golf game and go for occasional horseback rides.
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