Aisha Howard Biography and Career Life

Last Updated on September 2, 2023 by Admin

Aisha Howard, an Emmy-nominated news anchor/reporter, is embarking on an exciting return to the Peach State.

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After her graduation from Michigan State University, Aisha began her journey in the news industry behind the scenes as an assignment editor in the bustling city of Atlanta. There, she absorbed the intricacies of the fast-paced business, where news never ceases.

Eager to make her mark on the screen, Aisha took her first step in front of the camera at WCTI NewsChannel 12 in New Bern, North Carolina. Progressing swiftly, she advanced from a weekend reporter to a weekend anchor, forming deep connections with the community and delivering news to the people of Eastern North Carolina. However, the pull of her roots and the love she developed for news in her hometown beckoned her back.

Returning to her hometown of Flint, Michigan, Aisha served as the morning and noon anchor alongside the on-air talents she grew up watching with her grandmothers, who never missed the nightly news. With an unwavering determination for storytelling, Aisha’s journalism career continued to soar when she became the weekend anchor for FOX59 in Indianapolis.

Her remarkable skills led her to be promoted to the weeknight anchor for the station’s 11 pm newscast, NewsPoint at 11, which garnered the number 1 spot with Aisha as the sole anchor. During her time in Indiana, she covered entertainment news on both national and international scales, reported on the 2016 presidential election, and received her first Emmy award nomination.

Now, Aisha is thrilled about her full-circle moment, bringing her talents back to Atlanta to join the esteemed 11Alive team as the co-host of Up Late weeknights. Beyond her professional achievements, you can find Aisha immersing herself in the city’s arts and live music scene. She proudly holds memberships in the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Her passions extend to volunteering and empowering teen girls while advocating for domestic violence survivors.