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
- 911 Call Released After Woman Calls To Claim Relative Has Ebola
- Feds Expand Child Predator Safety App To Android, Spanish Users
- Bucyrus Woman Says Cops Dumped Father's Ashes After Claiming They Tested Positive For Drugs
- FBI Helping With Search For Missing Bucyrus Teen
- Ohio State Plans To Train Students In Residence Halls On Sexual Violence Awareness
- Body Found In Vehicle On I-270 Near Dublin
- Former Columbus Schools Data Czar Says Superintendent Didn’t Know
- Man Faces Drug Charges In Crash That Killed Tow Truck Driver
- Reynoldsburg Teachers Vote To Strike
- Police Continue To Investigate Reported Rape At Ohio State University Residence Hall
- 'PAX' Game Teaches Newark Students About Behavior, Self-Management Skills
- Chillicothe Police Chief Files Lawsuit For Reinstatement
- Community Rallies As Reynoldsburg Teachers Union, BOE Meet With Mediator
- New Plan To Revitalize Near-East Side Of Columbus
- Delaware Parent Investigated After Video Captures Teens Fighting
- Donations Pour In To Support Watkins Memorial Marching Band After Theft By Former Treasurer
- CCS Transportation Supervisor Disciplined Following Gambling Investigation