Nicole Maristany has been a producer for Neighbors 4 Neighbors since March 2008. She writes, produces and reports Neighbors 4 Neighbors stories and public service announcements for CBS4 News and also produces the “Focus On South Florida Show” for TV33.
Nicole enjoys fulfilling the Neighbors 4 Neighbors mission of connecting those in need to those who can help through her stories.
She began her career at WSVN7 in 2005 as a producer for the morning show. Prior to her time with Neighbors 4 Neighbors, she was a producer for the CBS4 weekend newscast.
Nicole graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2005 from Florida State University with a double degree in Communication and English Literature and a minor in Spanish. Born and raised in South Florida, Nicole is proud to share Neighbors 4 Neighbors stories about our community with viewers.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors is launching an exciting new web initiative that makes it easy for people to share their talents to help neighbors in need.
A grandmother of four who lives in North Lauderdale received a home makeover just in time to warm her heart this Valentine’s Day.
With Thanksgiving later this week, Neighbors 4 Neighbors has been working hard to help families in need have a happy holiday.
Now that Halloween has come and gone, the holidays will soon be here. One of the great ways to help a local family in need this season is through Neighbors 4 Neighbors Adopt A Family 4 The Holidays program.
In honor of September 11th, many across the country volunteered on this National Day of Service and Remembrance.
The City Commission of Miami-Dade County presented Neighbors 4 Neighbors with a special proclamation in honor of their upcoming 20th anniversary.
Sixty two local non-profit organizations got a big boost from The Miami Foundation’s Community Grants initiative. The Foundation awarded one million dollars in funds and Neighbors 4 Neighbors was one of the lucky recipients.
We hear stories about the cycle of abuse, but rarely is it ever caught on camera.
A group of students in Lauderhill took matters into their own hands to stop the violence and bullying they experienced on their way to school.
Students from across Broward County put their spelling skills to the test Wednesday for the Miami Herald’s 72nd annual spelling bee competition.