Carole Mikita Biography
Carole Mikita is a well-known American journalist currently working as an anchor and reporter at KSL-TV News since she joined the station in June 1979. She specifically covers the arts and religion.
Carole Mikita Age
Despite being a public figure, Carole has managed to keep her birth details away from the limelight thus her exact age and the date she celebrates her birthday are not publicly known.
Carole Mikita Height
Carole stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Carole Mikita Family
Carole was born to her caring and supportive parents in the United States of America. She grew up alongside her brother, Steve, who serves as an assistant attorney general. Further information about her parents has not yet been revealed to the public. We will enlighten you swiftly once this information is available to the public and media.
Carole Mikita Husband
She is married to her beloved husband, Neil York who serves as a history professor at Brigham Young University. The lovely couple is blessed with two beautiful daughters named Jennifer and Caitlin and three grandchildren.
Carole Mikita Education
She enrolled at Ohio State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre.
Carole Mikita Salary
She bags an average annual salary ranging from $50,500 – $135,000.
Carole Mikita’s Net Worth
Carole has accumulated a hefty fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $3 Million.
Carole Mikita Career
She is currently working as an anchor and a reporter working at KSL-TV News. She is also a producer and writes documentaries for KSL-Television Programming that airs twice per year during the LDS General Conference. Carole and photographers have traveled across the world to capture stories about the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints leaders and members.
She received a regional Emmy for “Gideon’s Story” and has a Lifetime Achievement Emmy. Moreover, Carole has received multiple awards from the Utah Broadcasters Association and the Society for Professional Journalists for both news stories and documentaries. In addition, she was honored by the Utah-California Women’s Association with its Legacy Award in 2000.