Karen Hua Biography
Karen Hua is a media personality who works for NBC10 as a general assignment reporter. She began working at the station in January 2022. She previously worked as a reporter for News 12 in New York, where she covered Westchester and the Hudson Valley.
Karen Hua Age
Karen Hua seems to be in her early 30s. She was born and brought up in Boston.
Karen Hua Height
Karen stands at a moderate stature.
Karen Hua Education
In April 2016, Karen graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in psychology and English. She speaks Mandarin with ease as well.
Karen Hua Family
Hua’s parents emigrated from Shanghai to the United States, and she is a proud first-generation Chinese American.
Karen Hua Husband
Karen, a well-known figure in the media, has maintained privacy about her personal life. As such, it is unclear if she is wed, single, or involved in a romantic relationship.
Karen Hua Salary
Karen’s annual pay ranges from $20,000 to $100,000.
Karen Hua Net Worth
Karen’s estimated net worth ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Karen Hua Career
Karen works for NBC10 as a general assignment reporter. Jan. 2022 marked her station debut. Her reports are available to view on NBC10 during the week and on the weekends.
Her greatest love is helping her stories make a human connection. Because they are the best illustrations of community and resiliency, weather aftermath stories are her favorite kind of reporting.
She formerly worked as a reporter for News 12 New York, covering Westchester and the Hudson Valley, before joining NBC10. She worked as a multimedia journalist for Bakersfield, California’s KGET, an NBC affiliate, before that. She worked as the station’s lead reporter during the Stagecoach wildfire in Central California, which won an Emmy. She also contributed to Forbes magazine as a lifestyle writer.
As a supporter of victims of domestic abuse, Karen collaborated closely with Pace University’s Women’s Justice Center to organize online gatherings and lead informative Q&A sessions. She also participates with OCA, a nationwide group that promotes equity for Asian Americans. She recently emceed the annual fundraising gala for the Westchester chapter.
Engaged in both the Asian American Journalists Association and the National Press Photographers Association, Karen’s work as a single video journalist (MMJ) earned her third place in the NPPA’s quarterly clip contest in 2021.