Pic of  Ebony McMorrisEbony McMorris serves as the new National News Correspondent for Reach Media, a subsidiary or Radio one. You can hear her daily news segments on the Al Sharpton Show and Sirius XM 126 from 1pm-4pm daily. She also hosts Social Media for Social Justice Wednesdays segment on Wednesday where top names and newsmakers from Silicon Valley to capital hill discuss issues affecting African Americans.

Previously, Ms. McMorris served Radio One DC’s News and Community Affairs Director for Majic 102.3,WKYS 93.9, Praise 104.1, WYCB 1340 and WOL 1450. As the Community Affairs Director she launched several programs including, Get Right Get Fit, a program that provided free fitness activities for local residents to enjoy; Feed our Community, a weekly event providing free groceries to local wards declared food desserts; and Service Saturdays, a combined effort of each station to promote and support local organizations creating high visibility in the communities. As News Director she hosted the weekend Community Affairs Show on Praise 104.1, Majic 102.3 and served as the morning reporter for the Tom Joyner Morning Show, providing compelling and informative news segments that kept residents up to date on the DMV area.

Ebony has worked with Radio One since 2007 as a national reporter for WOL 1450 and in 2013 switched back to her roots in TV. When TV One premiered News One Now with Roland Martin in 2013, she served as the Morning News Correspondent and weekly contributor to News One Now with Roland Martin Radio Show.

Until November 2013, Ebony spent 7 years at NBC-4 in Washington DC, as Assignment Editor and later a Planning Editor. In addition, her career includes stints as a Researcher for The Chris Matthews Show and work for Congressman James Clyburn. Ebony broke into the media landscape at NBC News in 2001, as a Network News Assistant and writer where she generated compelling story ideas. She went on to field produce and conduct interviews with high-ranking political officials and news makers for NBC News, Nightly News, Today Show and NBC News Channel.

A native Washingtonian, Ebony always enjoys giving back to the community, mentoring young journalists and at risk-youth. She is currently developing a scholarship program to help students go

to college.