Stefanté Randall joined the WAFF 48 News team in November of 2019 as a reporter.
Stefanté was born and raised in Palmetto, Florida and graduated from the University of South Florida, where she earned her bachelor’s in communications (Go Bulls!) and her certification in broadcast news from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Tampa.
While at USF, Stefanté interned in the USF Athletics and Marketing Department and WTSP 10.
Before moving to Alabama, Stefanté was a multimedia journalist for our sister station KTRE 9 News in Lufkin, TX. While in Lufkin, she covered life changing events, including the devastating tornadoes in Alto and shined a light on issues in the community.
Prior to that, she reported at KIMT News 3 in Mason City, Iowa where she edited, produced, anchored and chased snowstorms and floods.
Stefanté is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
She loves being involved in the community, shopping, trying out new restaurants and spending time with loved ones.
She is excited to call the Tennessee Valley her new home and to report on the stories that matter most.
To send her stories ideas, email her at email@example.com.
In the 1930's, nine young African American men were falsely accused of raping two-white women. Today, curators of the Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center plan to mark the occasion by re-creating the courtroom where the Scottsboro Boys were put on trial.