She moved to Columbus from California in June.
She spent two years at the ABC affiliate, KTXS, in Abilene, Texas where she was began her broadcast career as a part-time reporter. She quickly moved to full-time reporting and was eventually promoted to interim morning anchor before moving to the Golden State.
Born and raised in a small Texas border town called Del Rio, Cassandra earned her B.A. in journalism from Angelo State University. At ASU, she wrote for the ASU Ram Page and was a disc jockey for the university’s radio station, Ram Radio.
Upon graduation, Cassandra met her husband, Aaron, an Air Force C-130 pilot, while he was finishing up pilot training in Del Rio. After their wedding, they moved to Little Rock, Ark., where she was a public school educator.
She later received her M.A. in journalism from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. While completing her master’s degree, Cassandra freelanced for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Sync Weekly.
In her spare time, Cassandra enjoys spending quality time with friends, shopping, traveling and chasing around her five-year-old daughter, Vivian.