Reyna Revelle joined the KETK News team in September of 2021. From the columbines of Colorado to the “Rose capital of America”, Reyna is thrilled about her new beginnings in East Texas.
Reyna studied Communication and Media Studies with a specialization in Film Production through Regis University. She also earned a minor in Spanish Language and Literature. During her studies, Reyna spent her time off immersed in service trips with Habitat for Humanity and other community projects around the city of Denver. She was also invited to join the RegisCorps Leadership Certificate program. There she spent her time managing several leadership positions within the student body, all while forming the broadcast journalism branch and sitting as the first news anchor for Regis College Station Highlander News. Growing up, she always knew she wanted a career in journalism and feels immense gratitude to have reached this milestone with KETK.
Reyna has always had a creative interest in film production. By high school, Reyna was producing weekly news, delivering weather forecasts, and morning news announcements which were streamed to both middle and high school classrooms. Reyna says that being involved in the performing arts and pageantry, has helped her grow her confidence in front of the camera.
As a former two-time Miss Colorado, Reyna finds that being bilingual in Spanish enhances her communication skills as well as forming some incredible relationships with other men and women in the community.
During her spare time, Reyna enjoys hiking, ballroom dancing, and musical theatre. Some of her favorite shows include Phantom of The Opera, Moulin Rouge!, Wicked, and Waitress. She was honored to have been chosen to star in the following community theatre productions; Wizard of OZ, Cats, The Addams Family, and The Wedding Singer.
Reyna is very grateful to all of her teachers and professors who provided guidance and support. Now, living out her life’s ambition, Reyna looks forward to telling your stories and becoming more involved with the community of East Texas.