is an MMJ/Reporter at Spectrum News One in Greensboro, North Carolina. She has been telling the stories of people in the Piedmont Triad and beyond since September of 2016. Giuli has transformed into a true storyteller, perfecting how to characterize the right people for the story, and telling it through their eyes.
She has told stories in every facet of the community, from farmers fighting to bring the Hemp crop back to North Carolina, to teachers navigating remote learning during the global pandemic, to countless coastal residents cleaning up from intense hurricanes and tornadoes.
Giuli’s passion for TV news started at a young age when she co-hosted “Tamanend Today”, her middle school’s daily morning show. From there, her interest grew when she took broadcast and print journalism classes in high school. She followed her passion to college, where she majored in Journalism at Emerson College. She juggled hosting and sideline reporting for the college sports network, contributing to WEBN Boston, the college’s television station, while also serving as captain on the Women’s varsity volleyball team. She got her first taste of being a true Multimedia Journalist after her junior year, while she interned for Somerville Neighborhood News.
When Giuli isn’t chasing breaking news or looking for the next big story, she loves to spend time outdoors with her dog she rescued in 2018, and keep her volleyball skills sharp on the sand.
She is a firm believer in good vibes-- if you send them out into the universe, they’ll come back around to you.