Aundrea Cline-Thomas is an Emmy award winning reporter for NBC10 News. You can watch her reporting during the early evening and 11 p.m. newscasts.
Aundrea joined NBC10 news in September of 2015. In 2017 she won a Regional Emmy award for team coverage of the Delaware Prison Standoff. The same year the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists named her Broadcast Journalist of the Year.
Prior to joining NBC10, Aundrea worked as the lead education reporter for four years at WTVF, the CBS affiliate in Nashville, where she won a regional Emmy award for Spot News. She also worked at News 14 Carolina in Charlotte for two years as a reporter and photographer, and WMGT, the NBC affiliate in Macon, Georgia. Aundrea has also been an instructor at the Carolina School of Broadcasting.
Aundrea received a bachelor’s degree in Communications with a minor in Black Studies from Boston College, and a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland.
When Aundrea is not working, you can find her in the community volunteering, moderating or hosting many events for non-profits.
“I love meeting new people and telling their stories,” said Aundrea. “I'm always humbled that they trust me with some of their most sensitive and life changing moments.”
Raised in a Maryland suburb of Washington D.C., Aundrea is the youngest of three children whose parents are originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa.
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