A Charleston native, the beautiful Tessa Spencer graduated from Bishop England High School and received her B.A. in Mass Communications from Baptist College at Charleston (now Charleston Southern University). After college, Tessa served in the U.S. Army Reserves and is a veteran of the first Gulf War.
Most of you know her as ABC News 4 MTessa joined the ABC News 4 Team as a reporter in 2011. She is also a radio personality for Star 99.7 FM as a co-host of the afternoon radio show from 2 PM -6 PM on weekdays.
Her broadcasting career spans 22 years with stops in Greenville, SC, Nashville, TN, where she also earned a spot as a cheerleader for the NFL's Tennessee Titans, and Providence, RI.
Tessa returned home to Charleston in 1999 and worked as one-half of Z93's "Breakfuss Club." Tessa and her co-host earned numerous awards and recognitions including a proclamation from Charleston Mayor Joe Riley naming June 21st "Tessa and Baby J Day."
As a voice-over artist, Tessa can be heard locally and nationally as the television announcer for the "Gospel Stellar Awards" and "The Trumpet Awards."
A mother of two boys, Tessa enjoys photography, making jewelry, and reading.
We are so happy to have her be a part of Cupcake Camp Charleston. You can watch Tessa weekday mornings as a co-anchor of Good Morning Charleston and Lowcountry Live...and you can listen to Tessa weekday afternoons on Apex Broadcasting's Star 99.7. More information can be found on Tessa at www.abcnews4.com/story/18752886/tessa-spencer. Find Tessa on Facebook and follow her on Twitter!
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