Sarah Hoye is an All Platform Journalist for CNN based in Philadelphia where she covers regional assignments and breaking news. Hoye joined CNN in 2010.
Hoye has covered several prominent national stories, most recently, Philadelphias violent teen mobs, Catholic priest sex scandal, and doctor accused of murdering a patient and newborns.
She was among CNNs first team on the ground to cover the aftermath of the catastrophic tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, as well as the Gulf Oil Spill which earned the company a 2011 Peabody Award, the oldest award in broadcasting, and considered among the most prestigious and selective prizes in electronic media.
She was named 2009 Knight Digital Media Fellow for the Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Program at the Ohio State University where she produced an in-depth multimedia package on the experiences of multiracial teens. In 2008, she was named Emerging Journalist of The Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.
Hoye has worked at The Tampa Tribune/WFLA News Channel 8, The Lexington Herald-Leader and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Hoye holds a masters degree of journalism from the University of Maryland-College Park and earned her bachelors degree in mass communications from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.