Haley Hernandez Biography
Haley Hernandez works in Houston, TX at KPRC as a Health Correspondent. Before she worked at WCBD-TV in Charleston, South Carolina as a weekend morning anchor/reporter, she worked here for three years. Also, she worked on the “Nightly News alongside Brian Williams” at NBC and at CNBC as a production associate.
Haley Hernandez Age
Haley Hernandez was born in Houston, TX. However, she hasnt shared out to the public details on her exact date and day of birth, research on this is ongoing and will soon be updated.
Haley Hernandez Height
Haley stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Haley Hernandez Education
Haley finished her high school course at Clear Lake High School, then she received a bachelor of arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in Spanish from the University of Oklahoma.
Haley Hernandez Family
Haley has kept numb on details on her parents and siblings, however, research on this is ongoing, and will soon fill out this section.
Haley Hernandez Husband
Haley is a married man to Frank, who works in the Texas Medical Center as an anesthesiologist assistant. They exchanged vows in April 2018 after they met online. They have two kids; Travis who was born in 2019 and their new baby Frank Wayne.
Haley Hernandez Salary
Haley annually receives a salary of $87,101. This is according to KPRC health correspondents’ salaries.
Haley Hernandez Net Worth
Haley has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Haley Hernandez Career
Haley Hernandez has worked with shows at two main networks such as NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, and Weekend Nightly News with Lester Holt, CBS’s 60 Minutes, during her tenure there, she earned herself an Emmy recognition due to Saving Flight 1549. She also used to work with many shows at NBC News at the NBC Page Program.
In addition, while she was at Charleston, she broke the story of a former principal, Louis “Skip” Reville, who worked within the school districts of the Lowcountry, who was accused of molesting countless children, she also covered the story of Baby Veronica, this case became the second case to go before the Supreme Court involving the Indian Child Welfare Act. in U.S. history.