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I am one of a select few who can say that I am a local girl. I was born at Georgetown and grew up in Bethesda, MD. I am the youngest of three with two older brothers who also live in the area.
I have been at WASH-FM since 1998 and absolutely love it!! I started out as the Late Night Host from midnight to 5a and after 3 1/2 years was promoted to Middays. The condensed version of my resume includes working at stations in DC, Charleston, SC and Wheeling, WV.
I matriculated from Wheeling Jesuit University with a BA in Professional Writing and a minor in French.
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The 2013 Masters Tournament gets underway Thursday morning in Augusta, Georgia. And if names like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson aren't enough to draw you in to watch, maybe the name Guan Tianling is. He's the 14-year-old from China who, when he tees off on Thursday, will become the youngest golfer to ever play at the Masters.
How did he get to the Masters at such a young age? He earned it, by winning the Asia Pacific Amateur Championship last fall. And it's not just his age that's getting him a lot of attention. It's what other golfers are saying about how well he plays. He played some practice rounds with Tiger Woods, who gave him some high praise saying, "For a 14-year-old to be able to come out here and handle himself the way he's done is just unbelievable." So how will he do at The Masters? We'll get our first look at him when he tees off at 12:24 p.m. ET.