Audrey Washington joined NBC Connecticut in March 2012.
Before joining the team, Audrey served as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WJAR NBC 10 News in Rhode Island. While at NBC 10, Audrey broke several news stories, including the Regency Plaza Kidnapping Case and the controversial release of convicted child murderer, Michael Woodmansee.
She also developed and reported on a special "Back to School: Survival Guide" series, featured on NBC 10 News and the "Today Show."
The Long Island native previously worked as a Reporter at WSYR NewsChannel 9 in Syracuse. While in upstate New York, Audrey reported on such stories as the Alan Jones murder trial and the 2009 Georgetown tornado.
Prior to making the trip to the Empire State, Audrey also served as an anchor/reporter at WITN-TV in Greenville, N.C.
During her time at WITN-TV, Audrey scored an exclusive interview with President Barack Obama.
Her feature and spot news reports were also honored by both The Associated Press and the Radio Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas.
Audrey began her broadcast journalism career at WRNN-TV. While there, she worked as the Chief Bureau Reporter, covering news throughout the borough of Queens.
Audrey has also worked behind the scenes at New York City's FOX 5 News, Lifetime Television, MTV Networks and News 12 Long Island.
She enjoys shopping, volunteering and spending time with her family and friends.
Audrey is a graduate of Pace University.