Alanna Autler Wiki – Alanna Autler Biography
Alanna Autler was an American journalist who was an investigative reporter working for KTVT/ CBS DFW station in Dallas from October 2018 to July 2020. She announced her departure from television with a tweet on her Twitter account that she wrote, “This is my last week @CBSDFW. I’m starting law school @UMichLaw. It’s hard leaving a career I worked so hard to build. But I know this is the right decision for me. I hope to continue amplifying voices and challenging the powerful– just in a way that better aligns with who I am.” Since January 2021 she is pursuing her studies as a student attorney at the University of Michigan Law School.
Before working at CBS, she had worked at WSMV in Nashville, as an investigative reporter from 2014 to 2018. From 2012 to 2014, she was a multimedia journalist at WOWK-TV in Charleston, West Virginia. Before that, she had been at The Medill School of Journalism in Evanston Illinois, as a clerical aide from 2008-2012. She was also a co-news director at Northwestern News Network (2011-2012). She has also been a reporter at WLNS, Lansing, Fox News Channel, Medill News Service, managing editor at NuAsian Magazine, intern editor at Fox News Channel, and editorial intern at New Jersey Life Magazine.
She has participated in charitable activities such as mentoring in an organization dubbed Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Dallas. She also volunteered at CentraState Healthcare System. She attended Freehold Township High School and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism (cum laude) from Northwestern University. She is currently enrolled at the University of Michigan pursuing a doctorate degree (2021-2023).
Alanna Autler Age
She was born in the United States.
Alanna Autler Husband
She is married to her husband, Dave Boucher. The pair got married on October 14, 2017. Dave is a government and politics reporter with the Detroit Free Press.
Alanna Autler Twitter
Alanna Autler’s Twitter account is @alanna_autler. Her Twitter bio reads, “@umichlaw’23. Recovering TV reporter. “But I don’t want comfort. I want God, I want poetry, I want real danger, I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin.”