Jamie Worsley is a South Georgia peach and has been since birth. She graduated from Pataula Charter Academy in Edison in 2017 as the valedictorian of her class. She then attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on a full scholarship to pursue a writing and communication degree. During her time on campus, Jamie wore many hats in the school’s student media department. She often anchored, reported, produced and directed newscasts for ABAC’s news station, “Stallion TV.” She also wrote for the agriculture column of “The Stallion” student newspaper on occasion. As part of her senior capstone project, Jamie served as a student producer on the ABAC documentary, “Blood, Bone, and Stone,” and traveled abroad with other broadcasting students. She also worked part-time as an on-campus tutor and as a switcher for a Tifton radio station. Four days after graduation, she began working as the 5 p.m. hour producer for WALB News 10. But, her dream had always been to transition to an on-air position. She started as the Albany/Dougherty County reporter and now anchors the 4:30 p.m. Breakdown segment and was the anchor of the now sunsetted 7 p.m. newscast. Jamie cannot wait to share your story with the world!