Amy Aubert joined the ABC2 News team in September 2013. She fell in love with anchoring and reporting at a young age, and has worked hard to make her dream a reality. She came to Maryland from WRIC-TV in Richmond, Virginia, where she spent more than a year as a video journalist and fill-in anchor.
While in Richmond, Amy covered stories that gained national attention, including a shooting at the local mall, which earned the team a Virginia Associated Press award for Best Coverage of a Spot News Story. Amy also covered everything from local government and schools to crime, focusing mainly on the Henrico County area.
Prior to joining WRIC-TV, Amy was a weekend anchor and multimedia journalist in Macon, Georgia. During her time in Macon, Amy became proficient in reporting, anchoring, and producing. There, she also covered national stories, including the 2011 murder of Mercer Law graduate, Lauren Giddings.
Amy graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in May 2010 with degrees in broadcast journalism and English. While in school, Amy did internships with NBC10 in Philadelphia, the Comcast Network's CN8, and WJAC-TV in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. She also reported and anchored for The Centre County Report and Penn State Network TV.
During her time at Penn State, Amy also served as president of the Penn State chapter of the Radio and Television Digital News Association. Upon graduation, she was accepted into Gannett's Talent Development Program.
Amy grew up in West Chester, Pennsylvania. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, running, and spending time with family and friends.