Resume EXPERIENCE KRQE-TV Albuquerque, NM 2019-Present Meteorologist WBND-TV, ABC57 South Bend, IN August 2016-2019 Meteorologist Present forecast on green screen during weekends, and fill in for all other shifts to help the team keep consistency and trusted coverage for our viewers. Report live in the field for severe weather events including the major lake effect snow storms in 2017-2018, and historic flooding of February 2018. Pitch weather story ideas during the morning meeting, three days per week, covering anything from national weather events to local weather events or topics. Explain the science behind all kinds of weather in a creative way, and showing how it impacts Michiana Use “3D graphics” to display data or visualize a concept while out in the field. Track severe weather, utilizing Facebook live, and breaking in during national television. Represent the station while emceeing and participating in local events Received an Emmy nomination from the Chicago/Midwest NATAS for a weather series that our weather team put together called Into The Storm, in which I contributed one of the four stories. Visited over 20 schools per year, on my own, for our weather team’s productions of Project Tornado and Project Blizzard. Co-wrote booklets for each production Explained the science, safety and impacts that both severe weather and winter weather have on the Michiana community. Lead interactive presentations for groups of classroom size to 400+ student, all school assemblies. KNBN, NewsCenter1 Rapid City, SD July 13, 2015-August 2016 Weekend Meteorologist/Full-time Reporter Forecasted for the KNBN weather team Created and assembled graphics using WSI TruVu Max for weather newscasts Determined the weather story and communicate it thoroughly in the 10pm weekend newscasts Brainstormed story ideas, conduct interviews and recorded all interviews and b-roll using DVC Pro video camera Edited packages and vo/sots using Final Cut Pro 7 Published weather information on Facebook, Twitter, the NewsCenter1 weather page and the radio Advanced from number 4 meteorologist to number 3 weekend anchor meteorologist in three months WCIA 3 Champaign, IL June 1, 2014–May 12, 2015 Meteorologist Intern Partnered directly with the Chief Meteorologist to develop graphics and customize data using WSI’s Fusion Rundown to be aired on the 4:30, 5:00 and 6:00 o’clock newscasts Constructed graphics on WSI’s Fusion Studio and created movies on 3-D Live Responsible for updating text and video on the weather page of WCIA’s website Delivered full forecasts and recorded reels on the green screen and within the studio EDUCATION University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Graduated: May 2015 Bachelor of Arts in Communication - Atmospheric Sciences Minor GPA: 3.06/4.00 Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Association Honor Society Delta Delta Delta Sorority Champaign, IL VP Assistant Recruitment Chair RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Field Studies of Atmospheric Convection, May 20-June 2, 2013 Participated in a three week field studies course through the UIUC Department of Atmospheric Sciences Forecasted and nowcasted severe weather multiple times a day, and observed several severe weather events across the Midwest including two OKC tornado disasters Obtained essential knowledge of late Spring and early Summer severe convective events by analyzing Nexrad radar data, forecast model data, and surface and upper air observations SKILLS Advanced Forecasting (ATMS 491), Weather Reporting (JOUR 460), Broadcast Meteorology (ATMS 490) Radar Meteorology (ATMS 410), Weather Instruments (ATMS 391), Field Studies of Convection (ATMS 324), Synoptic Weather Forecasting (ATMS 313), Synoptic Weather Analysis (ATMS 303), General Physical Meteorology (ATMS 201) WX Challenge Participant: Competed in the National Collegiate Weather Forecasting Challenge 
 OTHER EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP Women in Science Annual Conference Rapid City, SD Keynote speaker. March 2017 Explained the importance of pursuing dreams especially in STEM fields where women make up the minority Spoke about my journey to pursue a career in broadcast meteorology, and my current responsibilities to over 600 middle school-age girls Women in Science Conference Rapid City, SD March 2016 Speaker Presented about my educational journey to become a broadcast meteorologist and led an interactive activity relevant to the career Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Champaign, IL August 2012-2015 Student Member Participated in monthly seminars where I was taught necessary skills and qualifications needed to pursue a weather career Attended the 2015 Annual American Meteorological Society Meeting and networked with peers
Erica Meyer