Recently updated on April 26th, 2023 at 10:51 am
Veronica Miracle Biography and Wikipedia
Veronica Miracle is an American journalist, and news anchor currently serving as a CNN correspondent based in San Francisco. She joined CNN Network in October 2022. Previously, she served as an evening weekend news anchor and reporter at KABC-TV based in Los Angeles, California.
Veronica Miracle Age and Birthday
How old is Veronica? Veronica is 33 years old as of 2023. She was born on January 10, 1990, in Osaka, Japan and grew up in Seattle, United States. Miracle celebrates her birthday on January 10th every year.
Veronica Miracle Nationality and Ethnicity
Veronica holds Japanese-American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Osaka, Japan but grew up in Seattle, United States. She belongs to the Japanese-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. READ: Erika Delgado
Veronica Miracle Measurements and Height
How tall is Veronica? Miracle stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 m). Her other body measurements will be listed once the information is available.
Veronica Miracle Education
Moving on to her academics, Veronica earned her undergraduate degree from the Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. She later studied broadcast journalism and political science.
During a semester at WSU, Veronica backpacked across India and studied the culture. She later graduated from Syracuse University with a master’s degree in journalism innovation in 2018. In June 2019, Veronica was chosen to be the 2019 commencement speaker for Long Beach Community College.
Veronica Miracle Japanese and Ethnic Background
Veronica was born in Osaka, Japan, where most of her family still reside today. While growing up in Seattle, she attended a Japanese school. Moreover, Veronica is conversationally fluent in Japanese. Most of Veronica’s summers were spent visiting her Japanese family. RELATED: David Highfield
Veronica Miracle Parents and Siblings
Veronica was born to Japanese parents whose names have not been disclosed. Her mother is Japanese and most of her mom’s family relatives reside in Japan. Her mother met her father while she was still a student in Wyoming. While she was still in high school her parents got divorced. She also has two siblings a younger sister and a younger brother.
Veronica Miracle Father
Veronica’s father spent thirteen years confined in federal prison for his engagement in a pyramid scheme. He was later set free in February 2019.
Veronica Miracle Sister
Miracle lives with her younger sister together with her own dog, George. Miracle once said that she was not very close to her younger sister when they were growing up, but they are now the best of friends.
Veronica Miracle Husband
Digging into her love life, Miracle has not shared any information regarding her current partner. She has not disclosed if she is currently married or in a relationship. This section will be updated as soon as the information is verified from a credible source. In January 2020, Veronica went on a skiing trip. READ: Kristine Sorensen
Veronica Miracle Salary
News Anchor/Reporter salaries at WWSB ABC 7 can range from $51,205-$56,026. Although Veronica has not shared with the media the actual figure of her salary.
Veronica Miracle Net Worth
Veronica is a Japanese-American journalist, anchor and correspondent with an estimated net worth of $1 Million.
Veronica Miracle Dog
She describes herself as very optimistic. Miracle is also a very compassionate person. She is the proud owner of two rescue dogs, Kuma and Luna. She met Kuma while emceeing an adoption event. Veronica dreams of building a rescue farm for shelter dogs after she retires.
Veronica Miracle CNN
Veronica currently works as a CNN’s San Francisco-based correspondent. Previously, she served as an anchor for weekend evening newscasts and reported special projects and enterprise stories at KABC in Los Angeles, California. Her coverage of breaking national and local news included tragic events such as the shooting at a concert in Las Vegas, the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey in Houston, and multiple wildfires in California. Additionally, she contributed to ABC’s nationally syndicated show’s Oscars coverage. READ: Sean Lock
Miracle’s excellent work as a special projects reporter was recognized when she was awarded the Los Angeles-area Emmy Award for “Finding Family: The Long Road Home,” a report on the Los Angeles County foster care system’s children. She produced, wrote, edited, and hosted several documentaries on this topic.
Veronica was previously an anchor and reporter at KFSN in Fresno, California, and KLEW in Lewiston, Idaho. In Fresno, her reporting helped free a woman wrongfully accused of crimes she did not commit.
Miracle is currently an adjunct professor of journalism at Syracuse University and an associate leader of the U.S.-Japan Council, a non-profit organization that aims to strengthen the U.S.-Japan relationship by building people-to-people connections. She is conversational in Japanese and was born in Osaka, Japan, where most of her family still resides.