Carla Wade Bio, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth, Salary, WVTM
Carla Wade Biography
This is what you need to know Carla Wade, a two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist who currently working as a Morning News anchor at WVTM NBC 13. Prior to WVTM, she worked from KTNV ABC 13 News In Las Vegas where she served as the station’s weekend morning anchor.
Carla Wade Age
How old is Carla? She was born in Texas but lived in several states growing up. However, She has not disclosed any information about his exact date of birth, however, this information will be updated.
Carla Wade Height
Wade has not disclosed his exact height however, this information will be updated.
Carla Wade Family
Carla’s dad Johnny Allen Wade died in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. In addition, Carla has a brother whom she has not mentioned. She has also not revealed the identity of her mother however this information will be updated.
Carla Wade Husband
Is Carla married? Wade resides in Birmingham, Alabama. She has also not disclosed any information about her relationship status however it will be updated.
Carla Wade Salary
She receives an average annual salary of $ 65,700. This is according to WVTM 13 news anchors’ salaries.
Carla Wade Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Carla Wade Education
Wade is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, where she started her journalism career at the student newspaper and in local radio.
Carla Wade WVTM News
Carl has worked as a reporter for KTNV from the ABC affiliate in Dallas, Texas. As a reporter, Carl covered everything from the Ebola scare to the shooting of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle, to record-breaking floods and everything in between.
Moreover, she was also a founding member of the local chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, supported STEAM Education with the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, and hosted the national convention of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. in Las Vegas.
She also more to Dallas, where before that she also worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KOCO in Oklahoma City. She also spent time chasing Tornado Alley and also covering the championship runs of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Wade has also anchored and reported at the stations in Lexington, Kentucky: Little Rock, Arkansas; and Lawton, Oklahoma.
In Addition, she began her career in radio news, working as a morning show co-host and evening drive news anchor for stations in Oklahoma City and Norman. Wade’s work earned her an Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcaster’s Award.
Carla has also volunteered with Junior Achievement, the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance, and remains involved with the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The memorial is always close to her heart since she lost her father in the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building. She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and The National Association of Black Journalists.