|“Some people look at things that are, and ask “why?”
I look at things that aren’t, and ask “why not?”
Christa Pitts is a native "Georgia Peach" who was seen regularly as an on-air program host for QVC, one of the world's largest television networks. She was visible in over 80 million homes throughout the United States and has accumulated more than 2,000 hours of live, unscripted television experience. For nearly five years, her girl-next-door looks, style, and friendly smile helped make her a viewer favorite. While at QVC, Christa worked with some of Tinseltown's hottest names including Jimmy Fallon, Joan Rivers, and Victoria Principal. She has also dished about food with Emeril Lagasse, Rocco DiSpirito, and Paula Deen, to name a few. Additionally, Christa has trotted the globe to study the latest in fashion, jewelry, and accessories.
Her career in television began as a journalist when she accepted a position with WMBB, the ABC affiliate located in Panama City, Florida, where she served as both reporter and segment producer. She also spent two years as weekly news anchor for SUWG 13, a cable access news station in Carrollton, Georgia. Although Christa has a strong television background, she is also familiar with other forms of media.
Christa's experience also extends to radio, where she has been interviewed by several programs including The Jeff Katz Show and Kentucky’s WBUL 98.1 FM. She has served as a disc jockey, as well as, voice-over talent for various projects throughout the industry.
Christa has been highlighted on Entertainment Tonight and has been featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Seattle Times, and Saginaw News. She has also been seen on the popular late night program The Jimmy Kimmel Show and online with WireImage.com. In addition, she has graced the cover of the QVC Insider and has written several feature stories for the magazine.
Acting has also been important to Christa. She has been featured in numerous plays including Steel Magnolias (Shelby), The Mousetrap (Molly Ralston), and musicals that include Finian's Rainbow (Sharon McLonergan), where she starred opposite Grammy nominee and Dove Award Winner Mac Powell of Third Day.
Christa is active in her community working to spotlight issues close to her heart. She has served as a volunteer with the Epilepsy Foundation of America advocating opportunities and education for people living with epilepsy, as well as with Wings for Success, an organization which helps low-income women achieve independence through job placement and training.
In addition to being a much-in-demand spokeswomen and on-air talent, Christa has incorporated her experience as a media trainer to become an industry consultant. In this capacity she combines her expertise in media, sales and marketing to help guide her clients through the complicated and sometimes confusing, maze known as “broadcast communications.”
Christa graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from The State University of West Georgia in 1997.
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