FSCJ Volleyball Alum Corey Dobridnia served as the emcee for this year's State Volleyball Awards Banquet, which was held prior to the beginning of the recent NJCAA Region 8/FCSAA State Volleyball Tournament. She also helped call the matches alongside the streaming team during the tournament.
Corey is the Public Information Officer for the Walton County Sheriff’s Office and also serves as a volleyball commentator on the side. Previously, she was the weekend anchor for WMBB News13 in Panama City. During the week, she worked as a one-man-band reporter covering Tyndall Air Force Base and NSA Panama City.
She graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelor’s in Communication and earned her Master’s Degree from Florida State University, Panama City, in Corporate and Public Communication.
Originally from Rhode Island, Corey was raised all around the northeast until moving to Jupiter, FL, where she attended high school at William T. Dwyer in Palm Beach Gardens. She earned her A.A. degree from FSCJ, lettering in Women’s Volleyball before transferring to Embry-Riddle in 2007.