Tosin Fakile is an Emmy-nominated reporter who joined DC News Now in February 2023. The DMV is home, and she’s excited to be back here telling the stories of people and communities from across the area.
Prior to joining the DC News Now team, Tosin worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor in Nashville, Tenn., covering stories including the 2020 presidential election, the controversy and removal of the bust of Confederate general and KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest from the Tennessee Capitol, months of protests following the killing of George Floyd, and storm damage from three tornadoes that came through the city.
Before going to Nashville, Tosin worked as a reporter in Lancaster, Pa. and in Albany, Ga.
She is a proud Terp as an alum of University of Maryland, College Park, and she also is a proud graduate of Quinnipiac University.
When she’s not out reporting, Tosin enjoys traveling, hanging out with family and friends, checking out new restaurants, singing and dancing, visiting museums and watching sports, specifically soccer, football, and hockey.
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