Genevieve Curtis

Genevieve Curtis


Genevieve is excited to be telling your stories in the Sunshine State! She grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Go Pack Go!) where visiting Florida always meant ‘vacation’ and she can’t believe she now calls it ‘home!’ Genevieve graduated cum laude from The University of Missouri (MIZ!) with a degree in broadcast journalism. 

Genevieve comes to Tampa from Charlotte, where she was an anchor and reporter for 5 years. While in the Queen City, Genevieve covered a variety of major stories, specializing in investigations. She uncovered a state-wide autopsy backlog, leading to a change in North Carolina state law. One of Genevieve’s favorite stories was a five-part series she produced after embedding with the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force for 10 days,  she received an EMMY nomination for the series. Genevieve has received numerous awards and recognitions, including 10 EMMY nominations for her work on cold cases, affordable housing issues, power grid vulnerabilities, breaking news and anchoring live coverage of the 2020 protests. 

Prior to Charlotte, Genevieve improved her Spanish and became a taco-snob in El Paso, Texas where she was the chief investigative reporter. Her stories led to changes in three Texas state laws. She spent seven years on the border, covering complex immigration issues and frequently embedded with U.S. Border Patrol. She covered military and veterans’ issues at Fort Bliss and is looking forward to getting to know the military community here.

While in El Paso, Genevieve created and produced a 10-month documentary series following civilians through the police academy to become officers. 

Covering Pope Francis on his visit to Juarez, Mexico, remains a career highlight.

Outside of work, Genevieve enjoys serving her community and engaging with nonprofits to help amplify their message. She has served as a board member of an organization helping children in crisis and those aging out of foster care.

When she’s not chasing down a story, you can find Genevieve trying to keep up with her husky, Skye (it’s a full-time job). Otherwise, she’s likely on her Peloton, checking out a new brunch spot, watching a true crime documentary or planning her next trip.  She’ll be cheering on the sidelines of Eckerd Women’s Soccer games; her fiancée is the head coach! They’re both looking forward to spending weekends at the beach in St. Pete! 

Genevieve would love to hear from you! If you have a story you’d like to share you can e-mail her

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