Dina Bair Biography
Dina Bair is a journalist and news anchor currently working as an anchor at WGN Midday News. Additionally, Dina Bair serves for the “Medical Watch” segments at WGN News at Nine, WGN Evening News, and WGN Midday News as the medical reporter.
Dina Bair in September 1994 joined as a full-time general assignment reporter at WGN-TV. From December 1994 to December 1999 Dina Bair anchored Weekend Morning News for the WGN News. Bair traveled to Italy in 2013 to cover the new Pope election.
Dina Bair Age | Birthday
Dina Bair was born in the United States, on July 5, 1967. She is 53 years old and on July 5, every year celebrates her birthday.
Dina Bair Height
Bair is 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Dina Bair Education
After completing her primary and high school diplomas. Dina Bair joined Northwest Campus for her further studies and received a B.S in radio Tv Film.
Dina Bair Nationality
Dana is of an American Nationality.
Dina Bair Family
Dina is a reserved person despite being in a public eye, She has managed to keep her life private regarding her father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information concerning her family members and siblings is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Dina Bair Husband
She got married in 2016 to her lovely and handsome husband John Maher. The couple has eight amazing kids.
Dina Bair Salary
Dina Bair receives an annual salary of $10, 000 – $100,000 per year. This is according to WGN Midday News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Dina Bair Net Worth
Bair has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Dina Bair Career
Dina came from CLTV in Oak Brook to WGN-TV where Bair was serving as an anchor and news reporter. Previously, Dina Bair served in Peoria at WHOI-TV as a producer, reporter, and anchor. In addition, Dina worked as a field producer in Chicago at WMAQ-TV. Dina has received numerous awards for both reporting and anchoring like the Society of Professional Journalists, nine Emmy awards, and Associated Press awards.
Most importantly, She was named in Washington D.C by the National Press Foundation for the “Cancer Issues” as a Fellow. Most of the rewarding story of her career, Dina at Children’s Memorial Hospital spent almost a month reporting inside the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Her news documentary and series covered “Intensive Caring and life and death decisions won awards for its news.