Deadlines are tough, lunch breaks don't exist and she forgets what it's like to have a holiday off, but Local 6 reporter, Quinn Schuler, knows this is what she's meant to do -- tell stories.
Quinn joined the Local 6 News team as a general assignment reporter in July 2010. She's excited to meet new people and explore beautiful Central Florida!
She started off her career as a reporter for the CBS affiliate in Lincoln, Neb., where she earned a first-place AP award for her work. There, she also braved snow and tornados. Her boss once told her to follow the storm and if she spotted a tornado, "get in a ditch and point your camera up." That's when she realized she had a job like no other.
Quinn traded the sub-zero winters in Nebraska for the triple digit summers in Arizona. She moved to Tucson where she reported for the NBC affiliate. Over the three years she spent there she covered hot button issues like border security and immigration reform.
She was born and raised near Youngstown, Ohio, and attended college at Arizona State University. She received her broadcast journalism degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.
In her free time Quinn loves to hike, work out, hit the slopes in Colorado, cook unique meals in her slow cooker and go to the beach!
You can see Quinn’s reports weeknights on Local 6 News.
If you have a story you want Quinn to tell, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.