Bethany Reese

Wake up with Bethany Reese Monday through Friday on WVVA Today.

Bethany grew up in Goshen, Virginia located in Rockbridge County. She earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Kentucky, where she majored in broadcast journalism and minored in communication. She got her start in journalism at the University of Kentucky as an anchor and fell in love with it. Getting to truly know and love a community is her favorite part about the job.

When she’s not in the newsroom, she enjoys snuggling up to her dog, Winnie. She’s a foodie and enjoys the occasional Netflix series binge. She is a huge sports fanatic and her teams include any and all University of Kentucky team, the Minnesota Vikings, Oregon Ducks Football and so many more.

Go Cats! Skol Vikings! Sko Ducks!

Bethany is excited to see where God takes her as she pursues her dream as a journalist at WVVA. Email her today at breese@wvva.com.

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