Chloe Vincente Biography
Chloe Vincente is a journalist and news anchor currently working since March 2021 as an investigative reporter and morning weekend anchor at CBS 42 News. Before joining CBS 42 News, Chlo Vincente served in Binghamton, NY at 12 News WBNG as the Evening News Anchor. Chloe has anchored since September 2017 newscasts at 5, 5:30, and 6 p.m. . She joined as a Multimedia Journalist in May 2017 at the WBNG team.
Chloe Vincente Age
Chloe Vincente was born in the United States, however, research information concerning her age and birth is in progress and will be soon updated.
Chloe Vincente Height
Vincente is 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx. 1.6 m tall.
Chloe Vincente Education
She received both a journalism and communication degree from Connecticut University in 2017. Chloe Vincente was greatly involved in UCTV and UConn’s TV station. While there, Chloe served as a lead news anchor, assistant news director, and news reporter.
Chloe Vincente Family
Chloe is a secretive person when it comes to matters concerning her father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information regarding her family members and siblings is in progress and will be soon updated as confirmed.
Chloe Vincente Husband
Chloe Vincente is currently dating her handsome boyfriend called Russell. On February 14, 2020, She posted on her Instagram page. During her free time, Chloe enjoys exploring local restaurants and playing tennis.
Chloe Vincente Salary
Chloe Vincente earns an annual salary of $40,000 – $ 110,500.. This is according to CBS 42 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Chloe Vincente Net worth
Vincente has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Chloe Vincente Career
In March 2021, Chloe Vincente served as an investigative reporter and morning weekend anchor at CBS 42 News. Recently, Vincente works as a reporter and evening anchor in Binghamton, NY at the CBS affiliate. In addition, Chloe Vincente investigated health hazards in the community and created an award-winning segment titled called “Contaminated”.
Most importantly, Chloe Vincente has a passion for human stories, health, and investigative. In the investigative category, What’s in Your Water” story became second and in the 2017 Syracuse Press Club Awards Chloe’s “Digging Deeper. In addition, Vincente for flooding coverage for the Associated Press’ Spot News category won first place with WBNG.