Sally-Ann co-anchors the highest rated local morning news program in Louisiana – Channel 4’s Eyewitness Morning News. She began her tenure at WWL-TV in 1977 and in 1998 was part of the reporting team that earned the station the coveted Edward R. Murrow Award for late-breaking news. Among her numerous recognitions, she received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters in 2014 and the Press Club of New Orleans in 2015.
Her most cherished accomplishment was donating her bone marrow to her sister Robin Roberts who was suffering from a life-threatening disease called MDS.
Aside from her career in the media, Sally-Ann is often in high demand as a motivational speaker across the country. She co-founded the mentorship organization Each One Save One which has places hundreds of mentors in schools and organizations across the New Orleans metro area. She is also the author of three books. Sally-Ann is the proud mother of three and grandmother of four. Asked what she attributes any success she may have achieved, Sally-Ann gives all honor, glory and praise to God.