Arch comes from a family of broadcasters, so it is no surprise that he ended up working for 17 years as a broadcast meteorologist. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in meteorology and a minor in mathematics from Florida State University, he began his career in Macon, Georgia, “paying his dues” in the industry.
Later, Arch was able to make the jump to the Atlanta market, where he enjoyed eight years working at several local affiliates, WXIA and WSB, and on networks such as The Weather Channel, CNN, and Headline News forecasting the weather for millions. His career then took him to WFTV in Orlando, Florida and finally to a chief job in Nashville, Tennessee, at WZTV. A shift in his life occurred when he came back home to take care of his mother in her last three years of life.
After his mother’s passing, he has continued to apply his experience as a recovering alcoholic doing two years of heavy research on the addicted brain. His goal is now to speak and train others on overcoming their challenges and achieving a meaningful life filled with purpose.
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