Constance Jones is an Emmy Nominated Award-Winning News Anchor/TV Personality & Reporter who currently works as a News Anchor at WPLG-ABC Local 10 News in Miami. For more than a decade, Constance has covered life-changing events, including the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, President Obama’s election campaign, BP Gulf oil spill, along with devastating hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and ice storms. She has extensive live & breaking news reporting experience.
Constance has been honored by the National Academy of Television Arts and Science, the Texas Associated Press, and the National Association of Black Journalist for Excellence in News Reporting. Last year, she was featured as Miami’s Top 40 under 40 Leaders of Tomorrow in the Miami Herald.
She has worked in several television markets, including New York City, Oklahoma City and Houston. Constance has also worked with veteran Dan Rather with the CBS Evening News. Her career started while she was producing and hosting videos at Educational Video Network. She also spent time anchoring and reporting at KETK-TV in Texas & KOCO-TV in Oklahoma. She was born in Stuttgart, Germany, and spent most of her childhood overseas. She is conversational in German. She also spent time in Timisoara, Romania.
Constance is the founder of Media Bloggers Connect, an organization of media bloggers who provide support and education to those who want to be social media savvy. She is a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalist and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.