WASHINGTON — Jasmine Whittington is a multi-platform video producer at WUSA9. She grew up in Bowie, Md., just on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. where she cultivated her interests in government, politics and journalism.

She has two years of federal government work experience with four major government agencies in the nation’s capital. It is through this experience that she applies her insight and connections to report accurately on news coming from the federal government.

Jasmine then spent time learning how local government works as a Maryland state reporter. It was in this position she was able to connect the federal government’s impact on issues relevant to her state.

After graduating from the University of Maryland College Park she was hired at ABC News. Jasmine regional produced for over half of the country, wrote and pitched for digital, edited video, field produced and shot video for Good Morning America, World News Tonight, This Week and Nightline.

Jasmine will receive her masters degree in journalism at Georgetown University in 2021. 

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