Last updated on January 15th, 2023 at 08:22 am
Cindy Farmer Biography and Wiki
Cindy Farmer is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as a morning anchor and host of “What’s Right With Our Schools,” at WGHP FOX8 based in Greensboro, North Carolina.
She has an experience of more than three decades in journalism. Before joining FOX8, she worked a host at WFYM in Greensboro and later worked as a reporter at News 2. She has won many awards including an Emmy for Community Service and the Susan G. Komen Lifetime Volunteer Achievement award.
Cindy Farmer Education | Sorority
Cindy graduated from the State University in Blacksburg with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism. She also finished her studies at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Cindy Farmer Age and Birthday
How old is Cindy? She is 61 years old as of 2023. She was born on October 5, 1962, in Virginia, United States of America. Her birthday is celebrated on 5th October every year. Her birth sign is Libra. ALSO READ: Diana Lasso
Cindy Farmer Nationality and Ethnicity
Cindy holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Virginia, United States. She is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Cindy Farmer Height and Measurements
How tall is Cindy? Farmer stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) and also maintains a body weight of 121 lbs (55 kg). Details about her other body measurements are currently under review.
Cindy Farmer Parents
Cindy was born and raised in a small middle-class town in Virginia by her parents. However, information regarding her family members icluding her mother, father and siblings is not yet available. She is known for keeping her private family details away from the public. Nevertheless, we are keeping tabs and we will update more details about her parents and siblings once they are confirmed available.
Cindy Farmer Married | Husband
Is Cindy Married? Farmer got married to her husband, Bill Wood in a private wedding held in 1992. The two exchanged vows in front of close friends and family in a colorful ceremony held in North Carolina. Together they are blessed with two children named Kylie and Abby Wood.
Cindy Farmer Illness | In Hospital
Information regarding Cindy’s illness is currently not available despite there being speculations that she was sick and hospitalized. Cindy is currently in good health. However, more details about her health will be updated once confirmed available.
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Cindy Farmer Weight Loss | Diet
According to our research, Cindy has lost weight. This is evident after seeing her old photos and comparing them with her recent ones. However, information about the kind of dieting and weight loss program she follows is currently not available. We shall update you once more information about Cindy’s weight loss program is confirmed available.
Cindy Farmer Salary
Cindy working as FOX 8’s Correspondent based in Greensboro, NC, earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $120,000.
Cindy Farmer Net Worth
Farmer is an American journalist, anchor and correspondent who has an estimated net worth of $2 million. This amount has been accrued from her career as a broadcast journalist.
Cindy Farmer Haircut
Since the beginning of her career as a journalist, Cindy is known for wearing a blonde bob haircut. She even posted a video of herself in the salon on her social media handles.
Cindy Farmer WGHP Fox 8
Cindy is widely known for working as FOX 8 WGHP’s correspondent anchor and reporter based in Greensboro, NC. She joined the station in 1997 after leaving WSLS-TV 10 in Roanoke, VA. Farmer is now seen in action on FOX 8’s morning and Noon Newscasts. She worked at Blacksburg and went to Roanoke where she served full time for TV 10. In 1990 Farmer got a position at the Good Evening Show in Greensboro, situated out of the studios of WFMY.
She even worked as a newscaster at NEWS 2. Her hard work and determination have earned her various Emmy awards and nominations. She is a huge sports fanatic. During her spare time, she enjoys watching sports and playing tennis with her family. Sources have confirmed that her favorite team is Virginia Tech Hokies. Cindy is even passionate about photography and likes capturing moments.
Farmer has won several awards in her career as a broadcast journalist. She received an Emmy award for Community Service, The Susan G. Komen Founders award, The Howard and Coble Citizenship award, USTA Grady Elmore Award for tennis contributions and more.