Jovita moore atlanta

Jovita moore atlanta

Jovita moore atlanta

jovita moore, lawyer, entrepreneur and tech enthusiast, is the founder and CEO of Willowsprite, a non-traditional marketing agency that uses digital marketing concepts to transform businesses and brands. jovita has over 17 years experience in brand-led marketing,--very different from more traditional marketing methods of the past--and has enjoyed many successes.

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Jovita Moore anchors the 5 p.m. newscast on Channel 2 Action News. Jovita joined WSB-TV in 1998. Before moving to Atlanta, Jovita worked as weekend anchor/reporter at WMC-TV in Memphis, Tenn. Jovita began her career as a reporter at KFSM-TV in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1990. Jovita is a native New Yorker. She earned a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in literature, from Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. Jovita made the 2007 list of 40 Under 40 by Georgia Trend magazine and is member of Leadership Atlanta’s Class of 2007. She currently sits on the Boards of the Center for the Visually Impaired, Dress for Success and the DeKalb Symphony Orchestra. She’s a past Vice President/Broadcast for the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists. She’s a sustaining member of the Junior League of Atlanta and a former member of the Board of Directors of the YWCA of Greater Atlanta. Dedicated to helping communities around the metro Atlanta area, Jovita donates countless hours working with civic associations, hosting events for community agencies and mentoring students. Jovita is a member of Outstanding Atlanta’s Class of 2004 and has also been featured in Jezebel’s 50 Most Beautiful. Jovita is an Emmy award winner and has been awarded by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists.


She was eventually diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer that can affect the brain or spinal cord. While there was no cure, Moore underwent chemotherapy and radiation in hopes of slowing down the cancer’s progress. The beloved anchor passed away at the age of 53, peacefully in her home with family by her side, her WSB-TV co-anchor Justin Farmer shared with viewers on Friday.

“Today, we mourn the passing of @jovitamoore, who used her voice and platform to highlight important issues impacting Atlantans for more than 20 years. May God bless her family, loved ones, and @wsbtv colleagues in their time of grief,” Abrams wrote. (Source: www.becauseofthemwecan.com)

Doctors had discovered two tumors on her brain earlier this year, after Moore started noticing odd symptoms and nearly passed out at a grocery store.

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Atlanta news anchor Jovita Moore died Thursday night, seven months after being diagnosed with an incurable and aggressive form of brain cancer.

Beloved Atlanta news anchor, Jovita Moore, has joined the ancestors, People.com reports. Moore was born and raised in New York City, earning a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Columbia University before working at stations in Memphis and Arkansas. In 1998, she began her career at WSB-TV, making Atlanta her second home and reporting on everything from President Barack Obama’s historic inauguration to her journey with fibroids. During her career, she garnered 9 Emmy Awards, and earlier this year, she shared with social media her desire to give herself her flowers. (Source: www.becauseofthemwecan.com)


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