Quametra Wilborn

Quametra Wilborn

Multi Media Journalist

Moselle, MS

Quametra Wilborn joined the WDAM team as Multimedia Journalist in September 2017. She is a Tennessee native born and raised in Memphis, TN.

She received her Bachelors in Science from Middle Tennessee State University in Mass Communication with a concentration in Multimedia Journalism and a minor in Sociology. While in college, she was a reporter for the student-run news station MT10 where she received a Collegiate Associated Press Award for Investigative Journalism.

She is also an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

When she’s not working on a story, you can often find her working out or exploring the area for the best food in town.

Have a story idea? I’d love to hear it. Shoot me an email at qwilborn@WDAM.com.


Recent Articles by Quametra

Petal woman charged with assaulting elderly woman

  “Teacher of the Year” receives a new car

  Absentee deadline approaching quickly for primary voters

  Jones County Schools introduces new security enhancements

Jasper County woman celebrates turning 100 years old

Court rules JCSO animal seizure ‘unconstitutional’

  Tips for avoiding financial aid scams

  MSDH hosting walk-in immunization clinics in Pine Belt

  Laurel to add eight softball fields to sportsplex

  Professionals provide tips on how to choose the right long term facility

Black Creek Retreat customers under boil water notice in Forrest County

Chick-fil-A opens first pop up location in Petal

  City of Hattiesburg looks to update animal control ordinance

3 wounded Friday in Marion County shooting

  USDA reminds people to protect their food during severe weather

  Youth Villages looks for backpack heroes

  Petal residents share concerns over multi-million dollar prject

Monday is Mississippi voter registration deadline

  Volunteer fire chief killed in hit-and-run remembered through memorial 5K

  Fourth of July food safety tips

  LPD carries on late chief’s legacy with annual food drive

  Forrest County works to improve road assessments

  Board of Supervisors recognize Forrest General Hospital nurse

  Forrest Co. Board green lights multi-million dollar Petal project

  Jasper Co. liquor sales referendum to be placed on Aug. 6 ballot

  Professionals provide fireworks safety tips

Youth court recognizes National Reunification Month

  Dixie Electric Power Association hosts energy fairs

Missing Covington County teen found safe

Bond set for man accused of robbing, shooting Covington Co. fruit vendor