Last updated on February 9th, 2021 at 06:40 pm
Tashara Parker Biography
Tashara Parker is an American journalist currently serving as a traffic reporter and anchor featured on WFAA’s Daybreak in Dallas, Texas since 2019. Before joining WFAA, she served as a weeknights news anchor and storyteller at KYTX CBS 19. She worked behind the scenes at KTRK, in Houston. She also worked at KTBX, the CBS affiliate in Bryan, Texas, and at Comcast Sportsnet Chicago, an ABC affiliate.
Tashara Parker Education
Parker is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications. She also has a Masters’s degree in Journalism from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
Tashara Parker Age
Tashara is 32 years old as of 2020. She was born on September 2, 1988, in Houston, Texas, with roots in East Texas, United States of America. Her birthday is on the 2nd of September of every year. ALSO READ: Kellie Rowe
Tashara Parker Height
parker stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.65 m). Her other body measurements are still under review.
Tashara Parker Parents
Parker was born and raised in Houston, Texas, United States. However, information regarding her parents including her mother, father, and siblings is not yet known to the public. We will update her details once confirmed to the limelight.
Tashara Parker Husband | Fiance
Tashara is confidential when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. She has not yet updated her information regarding her fiance or if she is in a relationship. Her information is still under review. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
Tashara Parker Salary
Tashara working as a traffic reporter and featured anchor at WFAA in Phoenix Arizona earns an estimated annual salary of $76,234.
Tashara Parker Net Worth
Parker as an American award-winning journalist, anchor, and reporter has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Tashara Parker WFAA | Wikipedia
Where Is Tashara Parker Now? Parker currently serves as a traffic reporter and featured anchor on WFAA’s Daybreak after joining the Dallas, Texas station in 2019. She also reports breaking news, traffic, and motivational stories. Before joining WFAA, she served for more than 6 years as a news anchor at CBS affiliate KYTX’s prime.
Parker is well known as the first black woman to anchor primetime evening newscasts at KYTX a CBS affiliate in Tyler, Texas. In 2017, she reported the Van Zandt County and the 2019 Alto tornadoes. While at KYTX-TV she covered two high-profile executions of which she played her role in both writing and producing most of the content.
Through her hard work, her job has produced impacts including working as an evening reporter and anchor at KAGS News, a College Station which is owned by NBC. She worked behind the scenes at KTRK, in Houston. She also worked at KTBX, the CBS affiliate in Bryan, Texas, and at Comcast Sportsnet Chicago, an ABC affiliate.
Tashara focuses and values community through storytelling. As a dedicated reporter, she carries her research from the source which is her viewers. Tashara advocates for undeserved people and organizations with an unwavering spirit of empathy. She likes volunteering her time to organizations like Boys and Girls Club of America and to her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.
Tashara is also a social media influencer who has over 162,000 followers on her social media platform. Previously, she earned her honor as the “Best Broadcast Journalist” by the Dallas Weekly.