Tanisha Mallett is a general assignment reporter for 10TV News HD.
She covers daily news stories including breaking news, for the 5 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. newscasts.
Mallett joined the 10TV News Team in October 2005. She was named the station's employee of the month in September 2006 and was voted by her co-workers as best breaking news reporter in March 2008.
Mallett previously worked at WTEN in Albany, N.Y., where she was a reporter/fill-in anchor. Prior to WTEN, Tanisha was an anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Md.
Tanisha is a native of Queens, N.Y., and graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a bachelor of arts in journalism.
She is also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the National Association of Black Journalists.
In her spare time, she loves to read, travel, dabble in photography and spend time with family and friends.
Favorite CBS Program: NCIS and The Good Wife.
Role Model: Parents and my sister.
Hidden Talent: If I told you it wouldn't be hidden, now would it?
Anything else? I'm really enjoying Central Ohio but; you can take the girl out of New York you'll NEVER take the New York out of this girl!
Recent articles by Tanisha Mallett
- Central Ohio Mother Accused Of Assaulting Her Child After Wrestling Match
- Education Officials Warn Of ‘Consequences’ If Parents Opt Out Of Standardized Testing
- Ohio Pushes For Mandatory Education Course For First-Time Drivers
- Morning Band Of Freezing Rain Slows Commutes Across Ohio
- Ohioans Should Expect Insurance Costs To Rise In 2015
- Inside IKEA: Take A Tour Of What’s In Store For Columbus In 2017
- Marion Franklin Teacher Apologizes After Using Crude Rap Lyrics In Class Assignment
- Columbus State Community College To Expand Opportunities For Postsecondary Education
- Local Organizations Use Martin Luther King Jr. Day To Spread Community Service
- EPA Agrees To Investigate Residents, Properties Near Contaminated East Columbus Park
- Ohio State Fans Rush To Get Championship Merchandise
- Buckeye Fans Rally To Send Team Off To Dallas
- Marburn Academy Uses Cold Temperatures As A Lesson
- 5 People Die In Fairfield County Mobile Home Fire
- Woman Who Lost Husband In The Line Of Duty Holds Vigil For Columbus Police Officers
- Organization Fights For Tougher Penalties In Ohio For Animal Abusers
- Man With HIV Who Did Not Tell Partner Sentenced To Probation, Victim Upset With Decision
- Survey Finds E-Cigarettes More Popular Than Traditional Smokes For Teens
- Olentangy School District Moves To Block Popular Social Media App On All Campuses
- Ohio State Medical Students Use "Die-In" To Highlight Racial Disparity Issues
- Student Calls For Strike In Effort To Get Ten Commandments Posted Again At School
- State School Board Nearing Vote On Specialized Teacher Standards
- Police Hope Community Cameras Provide Information On Suspect In Deadly Shooting
- Police Continue Search For Murder Suspect After Teen Killed In Whitehall