She is a six-time recipient of the National Academy Of Arts and Sciences Regional Emmy Award, earning the honors for her reporting and anchoring. She is also a 2016 honoree of the Girl Scouts of Central California South Women Inspiring Girls award.
Margot has over 25 years of broadcast journalism experience in various television markets. She graduated from Clovis West High School and the University of California, Irvine.
Margot started in television news at KIMT-TV in Mason City, Iowa. She also worked at WCMH-TV in Columbus, Ohio and KIRO-TV in Seattle, Washington.
She and her husband have two daughters. In her spare time, Margot enjoys mentoring youth, volunteering with local charities and organizations and singing the National Anthem at community events.
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