Alexis began her journey into broadcast journalism as an anchor at Old Dominion University’s student run television newscast ODU-TV News ( Go Monarchs!) – as well as participating in countless media and journalism organizations
She then went on to earn a highly-coveted internship with NBC affiliate WAVY 10 in Norfolk Virginia. Alexis graduated from Old Dominion University with a B.S. Degree in Communications.
Alexis started her career at WETM 18 News in Elmira New York as a weekend anchor/producer and weekday reporter. She moved to Monroe Louisiana and worked for KNOE/ KAQY as a evening anchor and producer for two and a half years. During her time in Monroe she created a limited series called “ArkLamiss Unsolved” that highlighted high profile cold cases in the region.
Originally from the Tidewater area of Virginia, Alexis spent most of her years in Northern Virginia.
Alexis is excited to return to Virginia and is looking forward to exploring Richmond, becoming part of the “RVA” community and telling its stories. Alexis is also a member of National Association of Black Journalist.
When she isn’t anchoring or reporting, Alexis loves trying new restaurants, watching musicals, enjoying foreign films and her newest hobby kickboxing.
Have an idea for a story? You can email Alexis at ABellamy@wric.com.