India Timpton

Charlotte, NC
Broadcast and Digital Journalism
India Timpton
India Timpton took her first breaths in the history rich city of New Orleans, Louisiana where her love for sports first sprouted within the black and gold roots of the Saints. As she continued to grow, now living in Charlotte, North Carolina her extra-curricular schedule was filled with a wide variety of sports until basketball stole her heart. The hard work put in on and off the court helped India to earn a full athletic-scholarship to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Sociology, she looks forward to learning as much as she can while obtaining her master’s degree from Syracuse University. After graduation India aspires to one day report live from the side-lines of professional level teams or headlining in a sports centered television broadcast.

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