NEW ORLEANS — Lily Cummings is an award-winning multimedia journalist and reporter.
She started her on-air career in her hometown, Tulsa, OK. She won an Emmy for her work during the Tulsa Race Massacre centennial.
Lily is no stranger to New Orleans. She graduated from Loyola with Magna Cum Laude distinction and Honors, and she worked behind-the-scenes at WWL part-time. While in college, Lily interned with CBS This Morning: Saturday in New York City.
At the end of her senior year, Lily was chosen as the recipient of the Bonomo Award which is given to the top communication graduate every year at Loyola.
She was the first Loyola graduate to win a national Hearst award, placing in the top 10 of the TV News category. This was an esteemed honor on top of others from SPJ, the LA-MS AP News Editors and the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters.
She is currently pursuing her Master of Studies in Law from the University of Southern California.
When Lily is not reporting, she’s running, cheering on the Saints or planning her next adventure.
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