Aundrea Cline-Thomas is a multiple Emmy award winning journalist. She joined CBS2 News as a general assignment reporter in October 2018.

Before moving to New York, Aundrea spent three years reporting at NBC Philadelphia. She covered national stories including the Democratic National Convention, Southwest Airlines Flight 1380’s emergency landing and the Starbucks arrests. She also wrote profile pieces about women in business for the Know Your Value women’s empowerment digital platform.

In 2017 she won a MidAtlantic Regional Emmy award for her contribution to team coverage of the fatal Delaware prison standoff. That same year she was named Broadcast Journalist of the Year by the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists.

Aundrea got her first on air reporting job at WMGT-TV in Georgia. She then moved to what’s now known as Spectrum News in Charlotte, N.C. She won her first regional Emmy award during her time at WTVF-TV, the CBS affiliate in Nashville, Tennessee.

Aundrea received her Bachelors degree in Communications with a minor in Black Studies from Boston College and a Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Raised in a Maryland suburb of Washington D.C., Aundrea is the youngest of three children. Both of her parents are from Sierra Leone, West Africa.