RESUME


Experience

Meteorologist & Digital Journalist

WJZY FOX 46 Charlotte

Charlotte, NC

2016 – 2020

  • On-air delivery of forecasts for Good Day Charlotte, weekend edition
  • Fill in, as needed, during weekday shows (morning, 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m.)
  • Experience with Baron, VIPIR, & The Weather Company (WSI)
  • On-air and digital coverage of severe weather: winter storms, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, flooding events, and hurricanes
  • Hurricane coverage experience: Hurricane Matthew, Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Dorian, and more
  • Occasionally, write and edit weather-related packages and feature stories
  • Entertainment interviews and guest segments
  • Provide short weather forecasts on social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)

Physics Teaching Assistant

North Carolina A&T State University

Greensboro, NC

2014 – 2016

  • Conduct algebra and calculus based physics labs
  • Create lesson plans and grade assignments
  • Tutor undergraduate physics students

Education

North Carolina A&T State University

Greensboro, North Carolina

  • Master of Science, Physics & Atmospheric Science
  • Thesis: “A Study of Hurricane Isabel and its Associated Storm Surge Using Coupled Atmospheric and Storm Surge Models”

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina

  • Bachelor of Science, Meteorology; Minors: Mathematics & Spanish

Research & Publications

  • Stone, George W., Percy Williams, and Britney Hamilton. “An Exploratory Investigation of the Public’s Attitude on the Effects of Global Warming: The Media’s Role in Influencing Opinions as Moderated by Having Lived Through a Major Storm.” (2015).
  • States Taxing Carbon – Is Vermont the Catalyst for Environmental Reform in the U.S.?, Rocky Mountain Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Vail, Colorado, 2015. Presented by Dr. Kathryn Kisska-Schulze.
  • Numerical Simulations of the Storm Surge associated with Hurricane Isabel (2003), Emergency Management Hurricane Workshop, 2015. Presented by Britney Hamilton at East Carolina University.
  • Observing Views on Climate Change & Potential Solutions Using Qualtrics, Rocky Mountain Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Vail, Colorado, 2014. Presented by Dr. Kathryn Kisska-Schulze.
  • Verification of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model through Simulated Results of Hurricane Isabel (2003), Research Experience for Undergraduates funded by the National Science Foundation, Greensboro, North Carolina, 2014. Presented by Britney Hamilton and James Wheaton.
  • Observing Views on Climate Change and Potential Solutions Using Qualtrics, Research Experience for Undergraduates funded by the National Science Foundation, Greensboro, North Carolina, 2014. Presented by Britney Hamilton.