Tammy Mutasa is a two-time Emmy award winning reporter for KOMO News.
Tammy was honored to join KOMO News in 2017. Since then, she has been an integral part of the newsroom, covering everything from the coronavirus pandemic to the tumultuous protests following the death of George Floyd.
She anchored and produced the newscasts' Ask the Experts segment during the pandemic. In 2019, she earned Emmy awards for news coverage on the Sandpoint carjacking and the Seattle crane collapse.
Before Seattle, Tammy worked at WLWT-TV in Cincinnati and KXAS-NBC 5 in Dallas. She was also a news associate at NBC News in New York, working for TODAY, Weekend TODAY and Dateline. She got her start at KMAR-NBC in Amarillo, Texas.
Tammy received her Bachelors’ Degree in Journalism from the University of Texas. Hook em’ Horns!
She received her Master’s in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia University in New York.
Tammy is an avid and passionate volunteer.
She is active in the Junior League of Seattle. Tammy has worked as a tutor and mentor for children. She also reads to the blind for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
When Tammy is not at work chasing stories, she can be found spending time with her family and friends, drinking wine, hiking or on an airplane.
Feel free to reach out to Tammy if you have a story tip – email@example.com, on Twitter - @TammyKOMO or Facebook- @TammyMutasaKOMO