Maggie Green - Data Journalist at WTVD
Maggie Green is the Data Journalist for WTVD. California-bred and Tennessee-raised, she is excited to call North Carolina home.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies from Yale University, Maggie found her footing as a digital content producer at WMCTV in Memphis, Tenn., where she started a weekly events blog and reported on the Memphis Zoo.

Maggie then pursued her Master's degree at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she studied investigative health care reporting and served as the science reporter for Uptown Radio, the school's weekly live radio broadcast-covering everything from astrophysics to the love hormone oxytocin to the technology behind asphalt, which is cooler than it sounds.

After graduate school, Maggie accepted a video fellowship at Inverse, a digital media company now owned by Bustle Digital Group, where she wrote, produced, directed, edited and appeared in videos about the mind and body.

Maggie has also taught dance and aerial arts professionally, studied the anti-inflammatory effects of compounds produced by endophytic fungi she collected from plants in the Amazon rainforest, toured internationally with a children's theatre company, and made pies and hard cider at a Vermont apple orchard (her favorite apple is the Rambour Franc, otherwise known as the Summer Rambo).

Now, she spends weekends playing with her rescue dogs Simon and Betty, powerlifting, and watching way too much TV.

Maggie's Stories
Report: LGBTQIA+ kids more likely to attempt suicide
"A lot of these kids just need someone who wants to listen and love them unconditionally for who they are."
1 in 6 North Carolinians couldn't pay at least one energy bill last year: Census data
As the cost of food, rent and gas rises, many North Carolinians are left to wonder how they'll pay the rest of their bills, including their energy bills.
'It's a pretty small effect': Experts say gun buyback programs don't reduce violent crime
More than 500 guns were exchanged for gift cards at gun buyback events last month. But experts say there isn't much evidence to show that gun buyback programs are effective at reducing violent crime in hurting neighborhoods.
Delta 8 THC sellers warn customers to check products before buying
While marijuana is illegal in North Carolina, cannabis enthusiasts have found a loophole.
Johnston County coaches provide mentorship for young female athletes
Fifty years since Title IX became U.S. law, young women and girls are still seeing the benefits of the amendment.
Fewer than 5,000 North Carolina toddlers fully vaccinated against COVID-19
Just 4% of children under 5 -- about 26,000 -- have gotten their first shot, and less than 5,000 have completed a full vaccine series.
'Dignity is not a privilege': National tampon shortage, rising prices increase 'period poverty' gap
Every month, approximately one in four people who menstruate can't afford enough products to meet their needs. One in five menstruators skip work or school because they don't have enough supplies.
988 operators optimistic as new suicide-prevention hotline takes effect
On average, experts say it takes 45 seconds for a person in crisis to be connected with a counselor at the suicide lifeline.
'Then it was like nope, mask on': Masks return to Durham dance studio amid latest omicron subvariant
"Masks off, we're good we can come back. And then it was like nope, mask on."
'COVID is not done with us': Why is the BA.5 COVID-19 variant so contagious?
The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, according to experts.