Josina Anderson Biography
(American Sports Journalist)
Birthday: August 15, 1978 (Leo)
Born In: Washington, D.C.; United States
Josina Anderson is an American sports journalist currently associated with Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN). Having developed a passion for sports early in her life, she found her calling while serving as an announcer for her school basketball team. She also took up track and field sprinting and later enrolled at the University of North Carolina as a student-athlete. Following graduation, she interned with WTEM on ‘The Tony Kornheiser Show’ and ‘The Donnie Simpson Morning Show’ on WPGC-FM radio, before landing her first job as a sports news anchor/reporter at the CBS affiliate in Coos Bay, Oregon. Since then, she has worked for local cable sports shows in her home state of Washington, Fox 31, and Showtime. Anderson received a Heartland Emmy in 2009 for her piece on quarterback John Dutton and his wife Terina’s journey to Ethiopia to adopt their son Miki. In 2011, she fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming a national sports reporter when she joined ESPN.