Blayne Alexander is a reporter and anchor for 11Alive News. In addition to her weekday reports, you can see Blayne anchoring 11Alive Weekend Today on Saturday and Sunday mornings beginning at 9AM.

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Blayne Alexander is a reporter and anchor for 11Alive News, Atlanta's NBC affiliate. In addition to her weekday reports, you can see her anchoring 11Alive Weekend Today on Saturday and Sunday mornings beginning at 9AM.

A three-time Emmy Award nominee, Blayne has traveled

the country to cover some of the

biggest news events in recent history. Her first ma

jor assignment came in 2009, when she

worked with a team of journalists to cover the histor

ic inauguration of President Barack

Obama – an assignment she would repeat four years lat

er. Most recently, Blayne spent days

covering protests in Ferguson and Baltimore followin

g the deaths of Michael Brown and

Freddie Gray. She also reported from Selma, Alabam

a as the eyes of the nation converged

on the small town to celebrate the 50

th

anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

As a community servant, Blayne is a member of Junior L

eague of Atlanta, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,

Inc. and an active volunteer and mentor with Cool Gir

ls, Inc. Blayne also volunteers with the Fulton

County Juvenile Court Citizen Review Panel and serves

on the advisory board for The Scholarship

Academy, a non-profit organization helping low-income

students gain access to college scholarships.

Blayne is actively involved with both National and At

lanta Associations of Black Journalists,

serving on the local executive board as vice-president o

f broadcast.

A proud Blue Devil (at times, obnoxiously so), Blayne

is a graduate of Duke University. She

cheerfully holds the distinction of being an Oklahoma

Girl, born and raised in Oklahoma City,

A three-time Emmy Award nominee, Blayne has traveled

the country to cover some of the

biggest news events in recent history. Her first ma

jor assignment came in 2009, when she

worked with a team of journalists to cover the histor

ic inauguration of President Barack

Obama – an assignment she would repeat four years lat

er. Most recently, Blayne spent days

covering protests in Ferguson and Baltimore followin

g the deaths of Michael Brown and

Freddie Gray. She also reported from Selma, Alabam

a as the eyes of the nation converged

on the small town to celebrate the 50

th

anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

As a community servant, Blayne is a member of Junior L

eague of Atlanta, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,

Inc. and an active volunteer and mentor with Cool Gir

ls, Inc. Blayne also volunteers with the Fulton

County Juvenile Court Citizen Review Panel and serves

on the advisory board for The Scholarship

Academy, a non-profit organization helping low-income

students gain access to college scholarships.

Blayne is actively involved with both National and At

lanta Associations of Black Journalists,

serving on the local executive board as vice-president o

f broadcast.

A proud Blue Devil (at times, obnoxiously so), Blayne

is a graduate of Duke University. She

cheerfully holds the distinction of being an Oklahoma

Girl, born and raised in Oklahoma City,

A three-time Emmy Award nominee, Blayne has traveled the country to cover some of the biggest events in recent history. Her first major assignment came in 2009, when she worked with a team of journalists to cover the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama -- an assignment she would repeat four years later. Most recently, Blayne spent weeks covering protests in Ferguson and Baltimore following the deaths of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray. She also reported from Selma, AL as the eyes of the nation converged on the small town to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Her work has appeared nationally on MSNBC and The Weather Channel.

Before coming to Atlanta in 2011, Blayne was a general assignment and education reporter at WRDW-TV in Augusta, GA. She began her career as a production assistant for NBC Nightly News in Washington, DC.

Blayne is a member of Junior League of Atlanta, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and a volunteer and mentor with Cool Girls, Inc. Blayne also volunteers with the Fulton County Juvenile Court Citizen Review Panel, and serves on the advisory board for The Scholarship Academy, a non-profit organization helping low-income students gain access to college scholarships.

Blayne is actively involved with both National and Atlanta Associations of Black Journalists, where she serves on the local executive board as vice-president of broadcast.

A proud Blue Devil (at times, obnoxiously so), Blayne is a graduate of Duke University. Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Blayne will always be an Oklahoma Girl at heart, but has loved making Atlanta her home!

You can connect with Blayne on Facebook, follow her on Twitter or send her an email: balexander@11alive.com. She would love to hear from you!

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