GREENSBORO, N.C. — Grace Holland is a multi-skilled journalist and reporter for WFMY News 2. She joined the team in January 2020.
She’s always been a storyteller. Grace started writing stories as soon as she could hold a pencil and became fascinated with cameras a few years later. She decided to become a journalist after taking a yearbook class as a freshman in high school.
Grace comes to the Triad from Eastern Carolina, where she was a reporter and fill-in anchor at WITN-TV in Greenville, NC. There she covered Hurricanes Florence and Dorian, President Donald Trump’s campaign stop on East Carolina University’s campus, and economic growth throughout the East.
She misses the Crystal Coast but she’s excited to explore the cities in the Piedmont Triad. Plus, she’s always been a mountain person—so it’s nice to be a little closer!
Grace grew up in a small town south of Atlanta. She got her Associate’s of Arts in Journalism at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (Go Stallions!) in her hometown before receiving her Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism from the University of Georgia (Goooo Dawgs!).
Grace likes to try to get outside or try new restaurants during her free time. She always has a camera in her hand, even when she’s not working.
When you see Grace out and about be sure to stop and say hi! She loves listening to people and would love to know your story. Feel free to send her story tips!
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Twitter handle: @gracesholland
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