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The Women's Only 5K Walk & Run is excited to welcome back WFMY News 2 as this year's presenting sponsor. WFMY is Greensboro's Leading Local News for Weather, Traffic, Sports and more. We have always enjoyed the partnership and support we receive every year from our friends at News 2 and this year's virtual race will be no different.
In addition, we are thrilled to welcome back Taheshah Moise as our race host. This is Taheshah's fourth year hosting the race and we are excited to see what virtual hosting opportunities we can work with her to create.
Taheshah Moise is a big part of the WFMY News 2 team as co-anchor of the Four to Five newscast and the 5 p.m. newscast.
Taheshah traveled to the Triad by way of Texas, where she spent several years as a morning anchor covering news in the Waco, Temple, Killeen area.
Before Texas, Taheshah interned at WSET in Lynchburg, Va. From there she held two separate internships in Washington, D.C.--the first at the U.S. Department of State and the second with the PBS newsmagazine show "Religion and Ethics Newsweekly."
Taheshah is passionate about sharing what makes the Triad the great place to call home. She strives to inspire community with stories of hope.
Art has Taheshah’s heart. So when Taheshah is not working you can find her at an art gallery or enjoying all the performing arts the Triad has to offer. And who knows maybe you will see her on stage. Taheshah has been involved with civic theaters in the past and plans to keep that up!
Boston born and bred, Taheshah is glad to have all four seasons again as opposed to hot and less hot in Central Texas.