Savannah Levins is an award-winning reporter/multimedia journalist at 11Alive News in Atlanta. She is an Alpharetta, Georgia native and UGA graduate. She joined the 11Alive team in June of 2021.
Prior to joining 11Alive, Savannah was an investigative reporter and weekend anchor for WCNC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina. During her time in Charlotte Savannah was honored with several awards, including the 2020 feature reporting Emmy for her investigation into gay 'conversion therapy.' In 2019 her self produced half-hour investigation into a mysterious cancer cluster won the regional Murrow Award for news documentary, and prompted the involvement of renowned environmental activist Erin Brockovich.
In 2019 Savannah launched "Unbroken the Podcast," which features personal stories from people who have experienced any and all forms of heartbreak.
Before working in Charlotte, Savannah was a multimedia journalist at WLTX-TV, the CBS affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina. While in Columbia, she spearheaded coverage of the Charleston Emmanuel Five massacre, the confederate flag take down, and the historic thousand-year flood of 2015, all of which were Emmy-nominated.
Savannah grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia. She graduated early from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) cum laude, with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Affairs. She also spent a semester studying international mass communications and foreign policy at Oxford University (Trinity College) in England.
Savannah loves to travel, meet new people, and tell important stories. She'd also love to hear about your favorite local eats!
Email | slevins@11Alive.com
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Twitter | @LevinsReports
Instagram | @savannahlevins