Alecia Reid CBS 3, Bio, Age, Husband, Height, Parents, Salary and Net Worth

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Alecia Reid Biography | Wiki

Alecia Reid is an American Emmy-nominated Journalist, author and reporter currently working as a reporter at CBS3 Eyewitness News in Philadelphia since January 2020. Before joining CBS3, She served as a reporter and fill-in anchor for six years at KRON 4 News in San Francisco

Alecia Reid Age | Birthday

How old is Reid? Reid is around 30 – 40 years old. She was born on the 25th of April, However, her official age is currently not yet available. Though, according to her Instagram account, she celebrates her birthday on the 25th of April of every year. ALSO READ: Jessica Kartalija

Alecia Reid Nationality | Ethnicity

Alecia holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in the United States. She is of African-American ethnicity/heritage.

Alecia Reid Education

Reid attended and graduated from City University of New York-Herbert H.Lehman College with Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications. She also holds a Masters in International Relations and Global Studies from Northern University.

Alecia Reid Height | Measurements

How tall is Alecia? Alecia stands an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.

Alecia Reid Family | Parents

Reid was born and raised up in the United States by her parents, However, information regarding her family members including her mother, father and siblings is currently under review.

Alecia Reid Husband

Is Alecia married? Alecia’s information regarding her marital status is currently not yet available. She is confidential when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. However, we will update her marital status once confirmed available to the public.

Alecia Reid Salary

Reid currently working as a reporter at CBS3 Eyewitness News in Philadelphia earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $20,000-$90,000.

Alecia Reid Net Worth

Alecia is an American journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Alecia Reid CBS 3, Philadelphia

Alecia is a two-time Emmy nominated general assignment reporter currently serving at CBS 3, in Philadelphia. Before joining CBS 3, she worked as a reporter and a fill-in anchor for six years at KRON 4 News in San Francisco, California.

She covered broad breaking reports including significant occasions that went public like the Camp Fire, the destructive rapidly spreading fires in the North Bay, the U.C. Berkeley Riots, the lethal Ghost Ship stockroom fire in Oakland, the abrupt passing of Mayor Ed Lee and the contentious political race for his substitution and the ruthless assault and murder of 8-year-old Maddy Middleton. She likewise solo anchored the Asiana Flight 214 plane accident at San Francisco International Airport for two straight hours on KRON 4. She got her television break at News 12 in New York City, covering legendary tales like the Miracle on the Hudson, President Barack Obama’s 2008 Inauguration from Washington D.C., the 2010 NYC tremor and Hurricane Irene in 2011.

One professional feature was taking advantage of the lucky break to share her specialty. Alecia gladly showed news-casting throughout the Spring of 2019 at the Del York Creative Academy in Lagos, Nigeria. While there, the gathering acquired public recognition as the Most Influential People of African Descent Class of 2019 in Media and Culture as they pushed to change the country’s innovative scene.

Alecia is a 2-time Emmy candidate and is enthusiastic about giving a voice to individuals that may not in any case have the option to recount their accounts. At the point when not covering the news, you can discover her chipping in with various magnanimous associations, voyaging and attempting various sorts of food.

Alecia is an individual from Habitat for Humanity and Global Village, Big Brother Big Sister, the National Association of Black Journalists, and MIKA Girls Basketball, helping prepare for understudy competitors to become fruitful on and off the court.