Tetiana Anderson has had a distinguished career as a journalist, producing quality news and feature reports to for print, radio and television from the United States and around the world. A 2012 New York Press Club award winner for Best Spot News TV, and a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Tetiana has interviewed notables from U.S. representative and Civil Rights activist John Lewis to Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Fikri Isik to financial guru Suze Orman to eight-time platinum recording artist 50 Cent.
After graduating from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, she began her career in print at The Kansas City Starand Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat. After attending Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, a fellowship took her to the Middle East. After the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Tetiana cut her teeth producing and reporting in a conflict zone. She independently relocated to Baghdad and worked for NBC in the period after the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime. She then worked for CNN in Iraq, field-producing and reporting on a range of events, including the eventual capture of Hussein.
After spending extensive time in the Middle East, Tetiana returned to the U.S. and reported for News 12 Westchester in New York. She has also worked for CBS affiliate WLNS, The Weather Channel and CBS Newspath.
Prior to joining Qorvis, Tetiana worked for an international news organization based in Washington, D.C., covering news inside the beltway, nationally and internationally.