There's a certain level of curiosity that a news reporter needs to be successful and if you ever meet Faith Abubey, you quickly understand why journalism is the perfect career for her.
Faith loves asking questions, even the uncomfortable ones, and challenging those in power about the status quo.
Her professional career in news began at our sister-station, KTHV in Little Rock, Arkansas.
After 2.5 years of general-assignment reporting and being the LIVE reporter for the morning show at KTHV, Faith joined the WFMY News 2 family to be closer to home.
Faith is a multimedia journalist who not only researches and investigates her own story ideas, she shoots video, writes and edits for our newscasts at 5pm and 6pm and posts to our website.
Faith has covered stories in politics, education, health, human interest and more.
She finds her job rewarding and her favorite stories are the ones that make a difference either in the lives of individuals, families or the community at-large.
While she still reports, Faith also anchors our three-hour weekend Good Morning Show on Saturdays and Sundays. In addition to those duties, Faith also co-anchors our Sunday prime-time newscasts.
Faith holds a masters degree in journalism from the ivy-league school, Columbia University in New York. She also has a bachelors in international relations and family studies from Syracuse University.
She was born in Ghana (west Africa) and moved to Connecticut when she was 13 years old.
She has traveled quite a bit around the world and speaks English and Twi.
She is also moderately proficient in Spanish and Ewe.
Faith loves to read and enjoys the arts.
She hopes to continue giving back to the community by volunteering with local organizations that are making a difference in the Triad.
Faith is active on social media - you can always find her on Facebook or Twitter.