Dayvee's Story

Dayvee Sutton travel reporter
Candid of Dayvee on assignment in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest.

Dayvee Sutton is an award-winning journalist covering travel adventure, culture, the environment and a number of lifestyle topics for television and digital media.

Dayvee started her broadcast career in radio working weekends as a producer for the number one station in Atlanta, then quickly moved to TV as a features reporter and producer for Falconsvision and Comcast Sports. Over the years she has built credentials doing work for ESPN, CNN Atlanta and CNN London, Turner Sports (TNT, TBS and NBA TV/, where she earned two National Sports Emmys. She's co-hosted a daily talk show for four years at NBC Charlotte and was the only female sports anchor and reporter in Atlanta, while at the CBS affiliate. 

On the digital side, Dayvee has been a national contributor to sites like U.S. News and World Report, AOL, Yahoo, ESPN, The Root,, Black Enterprise, NBC News and USA TODAY Network. She also has worked with brands like Olay, Firestone, Lifeproof, Nikon, Coke and Staples. 

Dayvee is a highly requested public speaker and has presented internationally and domestically for corporations, conferences and colleges. In 2017 she was brought in by Vietnam Television to train their journalists on storytelling videos for digital platforms. Dayvee  also hosts and emcees various events in the community, including her annual social-charity event My Sista's Treasure

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Dayvee is a part of the new wave of entrepreneurial journalists. Through her production company Dream Network Media she produces original content for TV networks, news outlets, online platforms and mobile applications. She's created popular websites like (the now defunct) NBA fan site NBA FrontPage and the lifestyle guide, The Daily Affair. She also produced the emotional documentary "What We Told Our Sons: Four Families React to the Trayvon Martin Verdict," and the video podcast interview series "Conversations with Regular Folk".

Now you can watch Dayvee on-air as the go-to travel expert for several national programs, including NBC News and TODAY, CNN and HLN, The Weather Channel and Dr. Oz. She also hosts the adventure travel show "Beyond the Usual" and produces cinematic storytelling film on Youtube. 

In service, Dayvee has mentored children through A Child's Place, supported Wind River Cancer Wellness Retreat, is on the board for Samaritan's Feet Golf Tournament, a donor to Turning Point Women's Shelter and volunteers for other causes in the community throughout the year.

Dayvee Sutton is a southern California native and graduated from UCLA. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA.

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