She moved to Bowling Green in 2005 and began working as a reporter and anchor at the station, covering everything from crime stories to the popular "Hometown Hero" segments that aired each week.
In 2008, Fida decided to take a break from television news to focus on being a mom.
Soon after having her twin boys, who were born premature, she got involved with the March of Dimes.
For the past eight years, Fida has devoted her time to raising awareness about premature births.
In recent years, Fida has also done freelance television and radio work and has appeared in several TV commercials.
Fida grew up in Haiti and moved to the United Stares to attend Barry University in Miami. She graduated with a double major in International Relations and Political Science and a minor in Television Broadcasting.
She completed an internship at NBC6-WTVJ in Miami in 2001 and landed a job at the station. Fida, who speaks five languages fluently, later worked at Telemundo 51 in Hialeah, Florida.
Fida and her husband have three children and enjoy traveling in their spare time.