Brandy Vega is a lean, mean, fighting machine. Brandy graduated early from West Jordan High School in Utah and traded in her senior trip for the delights of boot camp and the Army Reserve where she enlisted as a broadcast journalist and public affairs specialist in 1995. She proudly served her country for eight years. During that time Brandy was fortunate enough to interview several national and international leaders, including: President Bush, the First Lady, Colin Powell, and Donald Rumsfeld. She received a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Public Affairs from the Defense Information School in Maryland and also studied at the University of Utah. She became the youngest TV reporter when she landed her first on-air reporter position with a Fox News affiliate at the age of 20. She is also an excellent video shooter, producer and editor.
Brandy is an ambitious woman who has worked very hard to get where she is today. She has worked in virtually every position in broadcasting and has a clear understanding and appreciation of what it takes to bring an idea to fruition. Her time spent as non-commissioned officer in charge commanding individuals in her army unit taught her great leadership skills and an appreciation for weapons, especially after a unit she was with got ambushed by guerillas in Kosovo. She was also nearly shot down twice while deployed to the Balkans! In addition to television Brandy is also a video spokesperson and actor. She has appeared in movies, documentaries, infomercials, commercials, web-casts and in print advertising. She absolutely loves what she does and it shows. Her upbeat personality is contagious and people enjoy working and being around her.
Brandy is married with two beautiful little girls. She loves spending time with her family and being involved with her community and church. Her pastimes include fishing, riding ATVs, basketball, and anything else that provides a challenge and competition.