Femi Redwood is a TV news anchor and correspondent. Her most recent work is featured on CBS News, where she works for Newspath as a freelance correspondent. Some of her most recent stories include how transgender young people are using TikTok for advocacy and a look at the first U.S. city to pay reparations. 

She is also a freelance reporter at 1010WINS and its parent company Radio.com where she does audio and digital features. 

Femi has experience in mini documentaries from her time spent at VICE News, where she reported on intersectional issues including race, gender, and LGBTQ identities. Some of her stories covered the spread of COVID-19 in prisons, a predominantly Black gun group attempting to gain political power equal to the NRA, and progressive prosecutors who are transforming the criminal justice system. 

Before Vice, Femi spent two years in Flint, Michigan as a local news anchor and investigative reporter covering the ongoing effects of the water crisis, a "pay for play scam" that threatened the city's recovery, and an investigation into racism within the healthcare industry, which appeared on HBO's Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. 

Prior to Flint, Femi was a general assignment reporter in New York City at News 12 Networks, where she covered crime, politics, and breaking news. 

Femi is a board member of NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists and a co-chair of the National Association of Black Journalists' LGBTQ+ Task Force. She lives in Brooklyn with her wife and two cats.

Her resume can be downloaded here.

Femi is represented by Traci Wilkes Smith at CSE Talent. Email Traci here. 

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