Sidney Sullivan joined Channel 2 News in November 2016, as a Digital News & Social Media Producer.
Sidney is a 2016 graduate of the University of Washington, where she was on the Dean’s List, majoring in Journalism with a double-minor in International Studies and Political Science.
Her expertise spans online journalism and reporting, computer coding, analyzing large data sets, using data reporting tools, creating data visualizations and interactive graphics and analyzing social media and user engagement.
Prior to KTUU, her professional experience includes freelance data work with KUOW-FM Public Radio, freelance journalism work with non-profit news organizations and an internship with Dataminir, Inc., all located in Seattle.
Sidney comes to Alaska from California, where she grew up. And as she acclimates to Alaska’s weather, in her free time, her hobbies include reading, running, jazz drumming and riding bikes.
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