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Aundrea Cline-Thomas is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Mountain Court Media. Her company leverages Aundrea’s more than 15-year career as a local news reporter and anchor with stints that include Philadelphia and New York City.  Still, over time Aundrea felt something was missing, as the storytelling that was often lauded consistently overlooked marginalized voices in mainstream conversations.

Mountain Court Media aims to change that by creating elevated spaces for unheard and systemically marginalized voices to share their experiences and expertise.

Aundrea received her Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a minor in Black Studies from Boston College and a Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is the recipient of three regional Emmy awards.

Formal Bio

Aundrea Cline-Thomas is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Mountain Court Media. Her company leverages Aundrea’s more than 15-year career as a local news reporter and anchor with stints that include Philadelphia and New York City. Aundrea got her start on camera in Macon, Georgia where she shot, wrote, and edited all of her stories. Still, over time Aundrea felt something was missing, as the storytelling that was often lauded consistently overlooked marginalized voices in mainstream conversations.

Mountain Court Media aims to change that by creating elevated spaces for unheard and systemically marginalized voices to share their experiences and expertise. The goal is to broaden the audience’s lens, provide the editorial context they crave, and empower them to be more informed through a deeper connection and understanding of our shared humanity. 

Aundrea received her Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a minor in Black Studies from Boston College and a Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is the recipient of three regional Emmy awards. Renowned financial services firm Brown Brothers Harriman named Aundrea one of 22 Women to Watch in 2022. In 2017 the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists named her Broadcast Journalist of the Year. 

Aundrea was raised in a Maryland suburb of Washington D.C. Both of her parents are from Sierra Leone, West Africa. In her free time, Aundrea loves to spend time with family and travel.

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