Tanisha Mallett is an Emmy-Nominated journalist who joined the 10TV News team is October 2005. In her tenure at WBNS she has covered huge breaking news stories and her coverage of many of those stories has been featured on CNN and CNN's Headline News.
Tanisha is also the recipient of the 2014 Ohio SPJ Award for Best Education Issues Reporting: K-12
Before coming to WBNS-TV, Tanisha was a reporter/anchor for WTEN-TV in Albany, NY. Prior to that, she was an anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, MD. Tanisha began her broadcasting career as a news writer at WPIX-TV in New York City.
Tanisha is a member of the National Association of Professional Women, The National Association of Black Journalists and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
She dedicates much of her free time to mentoring young girls and serving as a speaker for organizations that encourage youth in the Columbus community. A native of Queens, New York, Tanisha earned a BA in Journalism from the University of Maryland at College Park.
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
- Surveillance Shows Knife-Wielding Robbers Near OSU Campus
- Ohio Students Ready For New Assessment Testing
- Homeland Security Investigating Ohio School Threats
- Bishop Ready Instructors Use Pontiff’s Speech As Teachable Lesson
- Fuel Leak From Overturned Tanker Truck Closes Dublin Intersection For Hours
- Hilliard Teachers Get Hands-On Training For Emergency Situations
- Parents Should Press For Answers With Zero Tolerance Policies In Schools
- Hilliard City Schools Makes Deal With Developer
- Ohio University Investigating Second Sexual Assault This Semester
- Columbus Police Need Help Identifying Rape Suspect
- MORPC Releases Top 40 High Crash Intersections
- Parents Scrambling To Enroll Children After Columbus Charter School Suddenly Closes