Kianga Kelley earned her degree in Broadcast Journalism from Grambling State University in Grambling, Louisiana. While at Grambling, she honed her skills and gained invaluable experience as an anchor/vj for GSU-TV. Her voice could be heard throughout Northern Lousiana on 91.5 KGRM radio station. There she hosted several music programs like Jazz and Hip Hop/R&B, "Good Morning Grambling" , Community Liaison Kianga also spent time as an Anchor/ VJ for GSUtv. Kianga was also seen on the sideline as a reporter for the Grambling Sports Radio Network.
Immediately after graduation, her accomplishments rewarded her an opportunity to apply her talents as a television reporter at KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas. Kianga created a series entitled "Texoma Treasures" which was widely revieved and can still be seen on youtube. Two years later she moved her talents to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to reporter for WVLA/WGMB.
In 2009 Kianga returned to her alma mater to assist in training college students in both radio television as operations manager for KGRM-FM radio and Assistant TV Director to GSU-TV. In 2011, she was seen through out Indianapolis as a finalist in WNDY's search for the new "Face of MyIndytv" tv-host and fill in VJ on Indy Music Channel TV 19.
Kianga is a member of National Association of Black Journalists. She has done voice-overs for tv/radio commercials and often acts as mistress of ceremonies for civic, professional, and fashion events. She's performed in several musicals such as "Grease" and "Ragtime" in Indianapolis. In 2001, she made the finals for the Miss Indiana, USA Pageant at the age of 17.
Kianga is a fashion fanatic who enjoys reading, travel, and singing all genre of music. However, don't let the girly appearance fool you; growing up with two older brothers, Kianga had no choice but to be a tomboy at heart.
Kianga is excited about joining the WCTI NewsChannel 12 team. So if you see her around, don't be shy! She'll always greet you with a warm and engaging smile!