Sera Congi Biography and Wiki
Sera Congi is an American journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as a news reporter at WCVB, in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to joining WCVB, she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for almost 10 years at WBZ News.
Sera Congi Education
Congi attended and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Baruch College, City University of New York.
Sera Congi Age and Birthday
How old is Sera? Congi is around 52 years old as of 2024. She was born in 1972, in Queens, New York City, United States of America. However, details regarding when she was born and celebrates her birthday are currently under review. READ: Shiri Spear
Sera Congi Nationality and Ethnic Background
Congi holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Queens, New York City. She is of Asian-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Sera Congi Height and Measurements
How tall is Sera? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review.
Sera Congi Parents | Family
Sera was born and raised in Queens, New York City by her parents. However, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently not yet available.
Sera Congi Husband
Is Sera married? Sera’s information regarding her marital status is currently under review. However, she is confidential when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. Her information about her marital status or if she is in a relationship will be updated once confirmed and available in the public eye. She currently resides in Brookline, Massachusetts. READ: Diane Larson
Sera Congi Salary
Sera currently working as a news reporter at WCVB, in Boston, Massachusetts earns an estimated annual salary of $82,600.
Sera Congi Net Worth
Congi is an American journalist, anchor and reporter with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
What happened to Sera Congi?
Sera after working for almost ten years as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at WBZ News left the station after getting a new opportunity at WCVB, where she currently serves as a news reporter.
Sera Congi WCVB | Wikipedia
Where is Sera Congi? Sera currently serves as a news reporter at WVCB, in Boston, Massachusetts. She joined WCVB News in November 2014. Prior to Joining WCVB, she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for almost 10 years at WBZ News, in Boston, Massachusetts. In Boston, she has been able to report on different news topics including the Marathon Bombings, the Watertown Manhunt, the Whitey Bulger Trial and the Market Basket Stalemate. She also reported Presidential primaries in New Hampshire.
Sera’s memorable stories that she reported include the historic snowfall during the Winter of 2015, the escapes of two prisoners in Dannemora, New York and the murder of a Google executive in Princeton. She also covered both local and international breaking news. READ: Stephanie Cozart Burton
Before heading to Boston, she worked as a news anchor of the award-winning 6 and 11 PM newscasts at WCAX-TV in Burlington, Vermont. In Vermont, her work as a medical reporter made her win several awards mostly for covering a hospital corruption scheme known as ‘Burlington’s Big Dig’. She also received an Edward R. Murrow award on Vermont Governor Howard Dean’s presidential run. Sera Congi began her journalism career as a Desk Assistant for the northeast Bureau at CBS News in New York City. She also took part at the newsmagazine show Eye to Eye with Connie Chung.
Sera was featured in an episode of ABC News 20/20 “Can Words Kill?” which took an in-depth look at the controversial texting suicide case in Massachusetts. The public broadcast incorporated Sera’s broad coverage and point of view of the Michelle Carter preliminary.
In what she considers a feature in her profession, Sera has managed the cost of a novel chance to talk with individual journalists in China in 2017. As a component of a gathering with the University of Missouri, she gave a few introductions about TV reporting to journalists at two broadcast stations in Jinan, China.