Charisse Gibson, @Okaycharisse
Charisse Gibson has worked in newsrooms across South Louisiana and South Mississippi. She was named Morning News Anchor of KSLA News 12 This Morning March, 2013. Since joining the #1 Morning Show in the ArkLaTex she started the Family First franchise, featuring stories about the issues families face daily. She made it a priority to serve her community by mentoring children at the Renzi Education and Art Center and speaking at several events that directly affect young, impoverished teens. Gibson is also on the advisory board for Renzi Education and Art Center and Susan G. Komen of NWLA. She is a proud recipient of the 2014 African American "Make A Difference" Achievement Award. Charisse is a public speaker, host and member of the National Association of Black Journalist. She considers herself a "Flea Market Junkie," always finding old treasures and turning them into something of value. You can catch Charisse weekdays in the ArkLaTex on KSLA News 12 This Morning.