Mish Michaels

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Mish Michaels is a broadcast meteorologist and environmental reporter.[1] She joined the WBZ-TV Weather Team in September 2001, and left in July 2009. She was born in Kolkata, India. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Cornell University in New York and Master's degree in Technology from Harvard University.[2]

In late 2010, she contributed to the book, "Extreme New England Weather" written by Josh Judge, with her story of a deadly microburst in Stratham, NH back in 1991. Book website

On January 31st 2017, Michaels announced via twitter her employment with WGBH as a science reporter. As of February 8th 2017, it has been made public that she has been fired from this position as she "...has been outspoken in her controversial belief that vaccines cause autism..." [3] as well as a disbelief in man made climate change.

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3. http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/names/2017/02/08/newly-hired-wgbh-science-reporter-loses-job-over-anti-vaccine-views/thk5uuucpFRivibPehLNPK/story.html