Tatyana Fykes

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Tatyana Fykes Joined the KWQC News team in March 2016. She was Born and raised partially in Flint, Michigan. Being a dual- citizen in Pertuis, France.

Tatyana is a Purdue University Alumna. She received a Bachelors Degree Political Science and achieved three minors in French, Communications, and Organizational Leadership and Supervision.

She's a member of Pi Sigma Alpha- The National Political Science Honor Society and Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society.
She's a Finer Woman of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. Also a former collegiate track athlete.

After graduation, Tatyana attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, Detroit in the fall of 2015, where she continued her education in receiving a diploma in Broadcast Media Arts to purse her career in Journalism. Interning at WDIV-Local 4 in Detroit she gained knowledge and experience in being a Special Projects Intern.

Moving to Davenport Iowa as a Video Journalist for KWQC , as a new Quad City resident, she has to adjust to the new city where she is excited to use her background to get involved and use her knowledge to connect with the Quad City communities.

In her spare time Tatyana loves running, watching movies and doing things with her dog Zeus who moved with her as well since college. She loves the outdoors, food and traveling around the world. She has been to many countries in Europe while living there most of her younger years.

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