Haydee Clotter is a bilingual Multimedia Journalist and Storyteller. She speaks Spanish and English fluently and is from Houston, Texas. Haydee received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Houston and her master's degree in Journalism from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Haydee is currently a Multimedia Journalist in Champaign, Illinois.
She previously worked in Duluth, Minnesota as a Multimedia Journalist, Reporter, Fill-in Anchor and Producer at FOX21 KQDS. During her time at FOX21 KQDS, Haydee covered a variety of stories: the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline debate, families affected with autism and a refinery explosion and its recovery efforts.
Haydee also worked at Lakeland News in Bemidji, Minnesota. She worked as a Multimedia Journalist, Fill-in Anchor and Producer.
She has interviewed Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, Breanna Stewart, Herschel Walker, Rashad Evans, Tyron Woodley and Abby Wambach.
While studying at Northwestern, Haydee focused on broadcast reporting covering sports, Chicago crime and the White House in Washington, D.C. Some of her work has been published in USA Today, The Frederick News-Post, Marine Corps Times and Military Times.
Haydee had an opportunity do international reporting when she traveled to Argentina. While there she tackled the issue of sweatshops and forced labor that have engulfed the country in both Spanish and English.
In her free time, Haydee enjoys traveling, spending time with family and shopping. Her favorite sports teams are the Houston Rockets, Texans and Astros.