Like most TV reporters, Weijia Jiang has moved from one local TV station to another. She did so before getting the plum job all TV news reporters secretly yearn for: a job in New York.
She was the Washington correspondent for WBRE-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania and a reporter, substitute anchor, and substitute producer at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Maryland before going to WJZ-TV, CBS's affiliate in Baltimore. She left to join the local news deaprtment of CBS's New York station, WCBS-TV, where she has been since June 2012.
But here are a few facts about Weijia Jiang that may interest you. Not only did she and her family emigrate from China when she was a little girl, they originally settled in West Virginia. She's also a graduate of the College of William and Mary, where she studied philosophy and chemistry. So she certainly brings a unique perspective as a reporter for WCBS-TV.