Brandy Zadrozny (NBC News): Bio, Wiki

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Who Is Brandy Zadrozny?

Brandy Zadrozny
Brandy Zadrozny

Brandy Zadrozny is an American journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. She’s a reporter for NBC News.

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Private life

She is married and has children.

Education

Zadrozny attended the Pratt Institute from 2007-2008 and holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science.

Career

He worked as a teacher-librarian on the New York City Board of Education from 2003 to 2007. From 2008 to 2009, she joined ABC News as a journalist and researcher.

She joined Champlain College from January 2011 to June 2011 as a reference librarian and education librarian. At the same time, he worked at the Burlington Public Library.

Prior to joining The Daily Beast, Zadrozny was a news librarian and researcher for Fox News Channel from December 2011 to May 2013.
In 2018, Brandy joined NBC News as a reporter. After his hiring, David Beard wrote in his article about Poynter:

Over the past year, she has been noted for research and reporting on Russia’s Internet Research Agency, discovering the secret life of a pro-Trump and white nationalist school shooter and delgging deep into Vice Media’s rampant culture of sexual harassment. He also made frequent appearances on CNN or MSNBC explaining those stories.

On Friday, the librarian turned researcher and writer announced that she would be leaving the Daily Beast after five years and would move to NBC News as a national journalist. Zadrozny’s move to NBC – along with daily beast news editor, technology reporter (and frequent reporting partner) Ben Collins – will allow her to spread stories to a wider audience, in a way where the White House is forced to respond.

During 2018, she was spotted researching and reporting on Russia’s Internet Research Agency, discovering the secret life of a pro-Trump nationalist school shooter and digging deep into Vice Media’s rampant culture of sexual harassment. He also made frequent appearances on CNN and MSNBC explaining those stories.