Charisse Gibson Biography
Charisse Gibson is an eminent American reporter and anchor currently working in New Orleans, Louisiana as an Evening News Anchor for WWL-TV. She started her journalism career after graduating in 2010.
Throughout her career, Charisse has received several awards for her excellence in reporting including the NWLA Affiliate of Susan G Komen’s Volunteer of the Year Trendsetter Award 2015 presented by NWLA Affiliate of Susan G Komen in May 2015, the 2015 Journalism and Women’s Symposium Diversity Fellow presented by Journalism and Women’s Symposium (JAWS) in June 2015 as well as Edward R. Murrow Award presented by Radio Television Digital News Association in 2021.
Charisse Gibson Age
Charisse Gibson was born on December 29, in New Orleans, United States of America. She is around 32 years old but she has not revealed her exact year of birth to the public.
Charisse Gibson Height
Charisse stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68m).
Charisse Gibson Family
Charisse was born to her mother Alonda Gibson, and her father Terry S. Gibson, Sr. She was raised alongside her siblings Terah, Ariel, and her late brother Terry Steve. Charisse is a proud granddaughter to John Keith, Cora, Oscar Gibson, and the late Leona, and niece to Christopher Keith.
Charisse Gibson Husband
At the moment, Charisse is assumed to be single since she has not revealed her marital status to the public. She is a proud mother of two children named Joey and Isabella. Charisse’s marital status is only known to those who are very close to her.
Charisse Gibson Education
She attended Southern University A&M College located in Baton Rouge and grdauted with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Charisse Gibson Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $69,734 per year. This is according to WWL-TV News anchors’ salaries.
Charisse Gibson’s Net Worth
Through her victorious career, Charisse has garnered good fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million dollars.
Charisse Gibson Career
At this present moment, Charisse works as an evening anchor for WWL-TV. She joined the channel’s news team in 2010 as a morning desk assistant. While there, she joined WLOX-TV along the Mississippi Gulf Coast where she served as a full-time producer for two years. Later, Charisse moved to Shreveport, Louisiana where she worked as the Morning News Anchor at KSLA News 12 This Morning.
While there, she profiled some of the ArkLaTex’s forgotten faces including the woman pegged to be the next Clementine Hunter as well as Shreveport’s first African-American police officer. Due to these stories, she earned the Women’s Symposium and the 2015 Diversity Fellowship for Journalism.
Later, Charisse relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio where she worked as an anchor and co-host of the FOX 19 NOW Morning Xtra. Furthermore, she worked as the executive producer and host of public affairs show known as “Cincinnati Connection.”