ABC15's Susan Casper joined Terri O as a host of Sonoran Living Live on Monday!
Susan has been a staple in the Valley since joining ABC15 in October 2008.
She started her career in Florida, having the distinction of being the first African-American woman to anchor a primetime newscast in Tampa.
Susan is known for her commitment to community. When she’s not on the air, you’ll find Susan working as a motivational speaker and volunteer.
“Susan’s strong interviewing and storytelling abilities make her a natural fit for Sonoran Living Live,” said Anita Helt, vice-president and general manager at ABC15. “She and host Terri Ouellette have great chemistry and their personal connection with our viewers will make for fun, entertaining television.”
Terri O is just as excited to welcome Susan to the Sonoran Living Live family.
“I’m so excited Susan is joining our team,” said Terri . “Susan has a knack for making you her friend the first time you meet her. She is an amazing person whose passion is helping people do better with their lives. That excitement could not match up better to the Sonoran Living Live mission.”
Sonoran Living Live broadcasts Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. on ABC15.
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