Stephanie moved across the pond to study BA (HONS) Broadcast Journalism at Nottingham Trent University in England.
Stephanie Bennett started her journalism career in high school in Colorado Springs, where she was able to cover major news stories from Prince Harry’s visit to the Warrior Games, to flood damage aftermath from local wildfires.
Stephanie moved across the pond to study BA (HONS) Broadcast Journalism at Nottingham Trent University in England where she worked for the school's radio station and interned as a news reporter for the local television station, Notts TV.
She spent most of her free time at college gaining experience and interning at BBC South Today, KOAA News 5, ITV Central and a handful of others along the way.
Stephanie decided to move back to Colorado and joined KKCO 11 News in July 2017.
Her favorite part of the job is meeting new people every day and being able to share their stories with others, which she considers an honor more than a job.
Born in Connecticut she’s an avid New England Patriots fan but spending most of her life growing up in Colorado she supports Avalanche ice hockey and skis at Breckenridge as much as she can.
In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, skiing, walking dogs, baking, and going to concerts, especially at Red Rocks.
Feel free to contact Stephanie with any story ideas. She would love to hear from you!
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