Andrea Perdomo

Reporter

Andrea Perdomo is a reporter for WGCU News. She started her career in public radio as an intern for the Miami-based NPR station, WLRN. Andrea graduated from Florida International University, where she was a contributing writer for the student-run newspaper, The Panther Press, and was also a member of the university's Society of Professional Journalists chapter. 

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While in Naples, Thursday, to announce three new appointments to the South Florida Water Management District Governing Board, Gov. Ron DeSantis spoke about his dedication to improving water quality in the state.

Andrea Perdomo / WGCU

Governor Ron DeSantis announced three new appointees to the South Florida Water Management District, Thursday, at a press conference in Naples.  

We're now more than halfway through Black History Month. So, in honor of those of black heritage here in Southwest Florida, WGCU is featuring local African Americans from across the region from all sorts of professions, genders and backgrounds. Today, you'll hear from a man who has dedicated his life to public service-first as a policeman and then as a city council member. 


Photo courtesy of Martin Byrd.

We're now more than halfway through Black History Month. So, in honor of those of black heritage here in Southwest Florida, WGCU is featuring local African Americans from across the region - from all sorts of professions, genders and backgrounds. Today, you'll hear from a young man who dedicates his free time to preserving traditions in the Dunbar community.  


Photo courtesy of Sonya McCarter

We're now more than halfway through Black History Month. So, in honor of those of black heritage here in Southwest Florida, WGCU is featuring local African Americans from across the region — from all sorts of professions, genders and backgrounds. Today, you'll hear a conversation WGCU’s Andrea Perdomo had with a Fort Myers woman who is sharing her passion for theater with the Southwest Florida community.

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