Amy Steigerwald is originally from Cleveland, but is no stranger to Northwest Ohio. Amy attended Bowling Green State University, where she studied Broadcast Journalism and Marketing. Amy is ecstatic to be working so close to where she went to school!
Throughout her college career, Amy worked for MSNBC and did video shoots at YouTube in New York City and Toronto with Matt Granite. Additionally, she was the News Director and General Manager of BG24 News at BGSU, as well as the department's top broadcast student in 2018.
In her spare time Amy enjoys visiting with family and friends, working out and listening to Bruno Mars. She is very excited to be a part of the WTOL family!
BGSU for top broadcast student, 2018
Bowling Green State University; Major: Broadcast Journalism Minor: Marketing
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