Sarah Beth Hensley is a caffeine-fueled news junkie who is happy to have landed in Washington, D.C.
Sarah Beth, a northern Kentucky native, started her love for journalism in high school when she created her school's first online newspaper. Since then she has embraced her passion for multi-platform storytelling, reporting and online journalism.
Sarah Beth attended Ohio University where she studied journalism and Spanish.
After college, Sarah Beth joined the Patch.com team as an editor for Montgomery County's Potomac Patch. During her time at the helm, she covered the community and local news such as the controversy surrounding the Brickyard Road property, local schools and businesses developments.
Sarah Beth came to WTOP after her time as a web editor for WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, where she covered breaking news and courts among many other things.
During college, internships for the "MSNBC," "Meet The Press" as well as Cincinnati-area newspapers and TV stations helped her gain steady footing in web, broadcast and social media.
After two years of working early mornings for WCPO Digital in Cincinnati, Sarah Beth embraced her inner-early bird and calls early mornings home again at WTOP.
When she's not at WTOP, you can find Sarah Beth running, traveling, searching for D.C.'s best eats and walking her dog ... just don't ask to see a picture, she'll show you tons!
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