Willa Sandmeyer

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Willa Sandmeyer is an American television news reporter based in Los Angeles working for the Voice of Prophecy.

Willa grew up in the Washington, D.C. and attended Walla Walla College in the State of Washington, graduating with a Bachelor degree of Arts in Journalism.[1]

Joining the CW in 1993, Willa won an Emmy Award for her coverage of the Malibu fires that year and helped win the station one for the live reporting of the Northridge earthquake one year later in 1994. She won another Emmy in 2004 for her contributions to KTLA morning news and won Associated Press Radio-Television awards in 2002 and 2005 as well as a Los Angeles Press Club Award.[1] She left the CW in 2008.

Willa enjoys appearing and speaking at community events including the Los Angeles Zoo and various police agencies across Southern California in her spare time as well as hiking, running, and cooking vegetarian Indian dinners for friends.[1]

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