Paula is an emerging multi-media producer with experience in scripted and non-scripted content, as well as current affairs and reality-based programming.
She is currently an associate producer at CBC’s Cross Country Checkup.
Paula completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Television Writing and Producing in 2015 at Humber College in Toronto ON. She previously graduated from the University of King’s College in Halifax NS with a Bachelor’s of Journalism (Honours) in 2013.
She has a passion for sports journalism and politics. She has interviewed Juno Award winning artists, Olympians and major political figures. She has been published in publications such as Cottage Life Magazine, Dalhousie Gazette, the Chronicle Herald and the Town Crier. She has worked for Hot Docs, Babe Nation, Breakthrough Entertainment and Big Brother Canada.
She has expertise in data journalism, digital publications, and feature writing.
Outside of journalism Paula is an outdoors enthusiast.
She spends her summers swimming, kayaking and sailing in North Ontario at different summer camps. From 2013 to 2014, she worked as the camp photographer and videographer at Camp Oochigeas, a camp for children affected by childhood cancer, now she returns each year as a volunteer cabin counsellor. She is currently an elected member on Ontario Council with Girl Guides of Canada and has been awarded the Canada Cord, Gold Chief Commissioners Award and the Commonwealth Award in addition to being a Bronze Duke of Edinburgh recipient.
Paula spent six months working for World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in London, England. On weekends, she traveled around the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Switzerland and Iceland.
She is a lifeguard and swim instructor with the Lifesaving Society of Canada.
Paula is based in of Toronto, Ontario.
She likes Mexican food and cold beer.