Megan DeSales Colarossi appears on Good Day LA weekday morning between 7am and 10am.
Megan was born and raised in Fullerton, California. Before calling New York City home for almost 20 years, she was first drawn South to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where she received her B.A. in Human and Organizational Development and Communications. In 1997, Colarossi signed on with CNN where she worked behind the camera at the cable networks Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta bureaus. Colarossi has also worked for MTV News, the Today Show and from 2015-2016, she was a daily panelist on the nationally syndicated talk show The Meredith Vieira Show on NBC.
She’s an athlete, a straight-A student and now she’s a self-published author and she’s only 17 years old. Kate Rael is a high school senior at Woodrow Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach, California and she is literally the epitome of determination and resilience.
In life, you meet people who you instantly know are destined for greatness. Well, Oscar Cruz from Whittier is one of those people. He is taking the swimming world by storm and he’s only 13 years old.
Magic is happening at John Burrows Middle School.
Varsity football player Anthony W. Spearman III, 16, credits God and his faith for his success on and off the field. He is currently a varsity running back at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks and has gained a reputation for his intensity, leadership, willingness to learn and good character both on and off the field.
There is a farm revolution going on in the Inland Empire at Don Lugo High School and it’s all because of agricultural teacher, Alyssa Berry.
At the base of the Foothill Mountains, music is filling the air. The sound of mariachi is making its mark in the Azusa Unified School District and it’s all because of its talented music director, Carlos Rios.
They buzz, they bite and they sure are annoying but Jayme Bella created a successful organic solution to combat those pesky mosquitos.
Move over Ironman because there’s a new Tony Stark in town! His name is Ed Hernandez and he is the genius behind the award-winning T-Tech Academy at Tustin High School.
Rebecca Hultquist is a mother, daughter, grandmother, sister and aunt — she is also a warrior. Hultquist is a breast cancer survivor.
David Burn is the epitome of grace under pressure. He is the first male dancer on the Sunny Hills Dance Production Team and he couldn’t be more proud.