Brianna Andrews joined the Erie News Now team in July 2019 as a reporter.

Before coming to Erie, Brianna worked in production for Fox News Channel in the big apple. Originally from New York City and Long Island, she is excited to call Erie her new home!

She graduated from Quinnipiac University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Computer Information Systems.

During her time at Quinnipiac University she interned at 6 different news stations and media companies. This included WJLA/ABC7 in Washington D.C; NBC Connecticut in Hartford, CT; Starfish Media Group with Soledad O'Brien in New York, NY; CBS affiliated radio station WQUN AM1220 in Hamden, CT, as well as serving as a Young Journalist during the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Summit in Bogota, Colombia.

Growing up in a large family, Brianna values the importance of being open-minded and warm to the others. Outside of work she enjoys traveling and meeting new people along the way. Her favorite show is How To Get Away With Murder, and she loves spending time with her family and friends.

Brianna is ecstatic to be a part of the Erie News Now team.