Browne has a Master's Degree, Summa Cum Laude (GPA 4.0) in Communication Arts from the New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, NY. She attended on a full scholarship (teacher assistantship), which involved teaching news-writing and production skills to undergraduates.


Browne was also a reporter for NYIT's news program "LI News Tonight", which airs nightly on Long Island cable.



Browne holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Fordham University in NY. Many New Yorkers remember her from her college days, on WFUV-FM (90.7FM), Fordham's far-reaching radio station. Browne co-hosted a very popular Irish music program (Ceol na Gael) on that station, and was also News Director and news anchor. Browne worked part-time at Newsweek Magazine for four years while at Fordham.


Browne grew up in Bayside, NY. Her hobbies include running, volleyball and water-skiing.  She has also volunteered for Island Harvest (which distributes leftover food) & the Interfaith Nutrition Network (Long Island soup kitchens and shelters).


Browne has traveled independently to Ireland, Hungary, Austria, England, France, Canada, Mexico & throughout the U.S.