Natalie Shepherd Biography, Age, Husband, Children, Career, Twitter

Natalie Shepherd Biography

Natalie Shepherd is an American anchor and reporter currently working as a news anchor at WDJT CBS 58 in Wisconsin. She started her reporting career at WILX-TV in Lansing, Michigan, where she covered state politics and Michigan State University. Natalie spent five years anchoring the evening newscasts at WWL-TV in New Orleans, Louisiana—learning about Mardi Gras, Cajun and Creole cooking, and the wonderful culture in Southeast Louisiana.

Natalie Shepherd Age

Shepherd’s exact date of birth is not yet released or updated.

Natalie Shepherd Education

Natalie graduated from Kalamazoo College with a degree in English Literature. Later she attended and graduated from Northwestern University’s graduate program with a degree in journalism.

Natalie Shepherd Husband

Natalie is married to her husband Roberts and their two cats, Amos and Fifi. When she’s not at work, Natalie enjoys cooking, reading, and checking out new restaurants. She’s also a certified barre instructor who loves to work out.

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Natalie Children

Natalie and her husband Roberts have two children a son and a daughter.

Natalie Shepherd Career

She started her reporting career at WILX-TV in Lansing, Michigan, where she covered state politics and Michigan State University. From there, it was on to WWMT-TV, where Natalie worked as the Battle Creek bureau chief. During her time there, Natalie was honored with a regional Emmy award for her story on a local football star, paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, and his struggle to walk again.

It wasn’t long before Natalie moved on to a warmer climate at WFLA-TV, in Tampa, Florida. While in Tampa, Natalie covered everything from tropical storms to the Republican National Convention, Super Bowl XLVIII, and the Tampa Bay Rays’ World Series run in 2008. It was also in Tampa that Natalie made the move to investigative journalism, working with WFLA’s 8 On Your Side Investigative team. She was also named anchor of the Midday newscast.

Natalie spent five years anchoring the evening newscasts at WWL-TV in New Orleans, Louisiana—learning about Mardi Gras, Cajun and Creole cooking, and the wonderful culture in Southeast Louisiana.

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