| News Producer | Poet | Educator | Media Activist |
A news producer by day, sharp spoken word poet by night, Nicole Webb is a working television news producer, published author and poet, adjunct professor, and ’90’s-’00’s Hip Hop enthusiast. With a love for news and music entertainment, Nicole is passionate about producing uplifting and authentic portrayals of minority communities in mainstream media.
Growing up in the suburbs of Long Island, New York, she fell in love with journalism during her childhood years, watching Roz Abrams on WABC-TV’s Eyewitness News broadcast every weekday afternoon. It was Abrams’ ability to tell stories in an intriguing and sophisticated manor, in addition to her African American ethnicity, that fascinated Nicole. Since then, she has embarked on a progressing and rewarding journey as a producer and writer, with a desire to tell pioneering stories in an authentic and positive way.
She is currently the news producer for WBOC News at 6–WBOC’s flagship newscast and the leading evening newscast on Delmarva. She is also an adjunct professor at The Lincoln University. Her professional credits include: Hooked: Delmarva’s Drug Crisis (WBOC 16/Draper Holdings), 2016 Election Coverage (WBOC 16/Draper Holdings), The MOVE Tour-America (The UpLift! Agency), The MOVE Tour-South Africa (The UpLift! Agency), The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture’s Commemorate & Celebrate Freedom (American University), A Night with Mike McCurry (American University), Media that Matter: Spotlight with Marty Baron (American University), Confirmation with Anita Hill (American University),”Archivists work to save American Legion post in DC” for WTOP (American University), Hope Beyond Fibroids: Stories of Miracle Babies & the Journey to Motherhood (The UpLift! Agency), Hope Beyond Fibroids Documentary (The UpLift! Agency), CBS This Morning (CBS News), and 2015 ESSENCE Festival Empower U Panel (The UpLift! Agency). Nicole has also worked as a contributing culture and entertainment writer for Tha Produce Section and Blame Ebro.
In her spare time, Nicole writes for Christian lifestyle blog The #RibLife Journey, which she started in June of 2015 to help other young women in their chastity journeys. She also pens her perspective as a black millennial journalist on pop culture, news, and society using her personal blog Testaments of a Black Journalist. Nicole received both of her bachelors from The Lincoln University of PA and her masters from American University in Washington, D.C.
In April 2017, Nicole self-published her first poetry collection, Second Chances, imprints, and a chapbook of redemption, on Amazon.com.
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