Kaitlyn Johnson joins Sabine Hall of Fame Board

The Sabine Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the election of Kaitlyn Johnson as a member of the Board of Directors according to Chairman Pete Abington. She replaces Donna Smith Ammons who resigned.
Born in Misawa, Japan, Kaitlyn attended Anacoco Elementary and Pineville High School. She then studied Mass Communication with a focus in Broadcasting while double minoring in Criminal Justice and Marketing at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
She was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority and worked with the Girl Scouts of Acadiana as a mentor.
While in Lafayette, she spent three years working with KLFY News 10 and ESPN where she was the face of UL Sports Media. She recently transferred closer to home to finish her degree at Northwestern State University.
Featured on local, regional and national television, Kaitlyn has a diverse background in communication, mentoring, leadership, social media, broadcast production and graphic design.
Kaitlyn is currently the Marketing and Events Coordinator for the Sabine Parish Tourist Commission and the President of Sabine Parish Leaders Against Litter.
She loves Louisiana and is looking forward to working with members of the Sabine Hall of Fame Board to highlight and honor the special people who call Sabine Parish home.

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