Litsa Pappas Biography
Litsa Pappas is an eminent American journalist presently working as a general assignment reporter for Boston 25 News. She became part of the Boston 25 News team in May 2017. She started her reporting career at WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, after graduating from Syracuse University. Later, Litsa moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, where she worked as a reporter and anchor at Spectrum News (formerly Time Warner Cable News) for almost four years.
Litsa Pappas Age
Due to her secretive nature, Litsa has not shared any information about her date, month, year, and place of birth. Therefore, her precise age and the date she celebrates her birthday are currently unavailable.
Litsa Pappas Education
Litsa attended and graduated from Syracuse University. More details regarding his educational background are presently under review and will be updated once disclosed to the public.
Litsa Pappas Height
Litsa stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Litsa Pappas Husband
She is happily married to her handsome husband, Zack Waldman, a fellow broadcast journalism major at Syracuse University. The pair tied the knot on July 20, 2019, at the Exchange conference center in the Seaport. However, it is not known whether Litsa and Zack have any kids.
Litsa Pappas Family
Litsa was born to her devoted parents and raised in Sharon, Massachusetts, and likes to visit Greece, where she still has a family. Nevertheless, she has not shared any information in regard to her parents’ identities and occupations or whether she has any siblings.
Litsa Pappas Net Worth
Litsa has garnered a decent amount of wealth throughout her career and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $3 million.
Litsa Pappas Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary ranging between $65,000 and $120,800 per year.
Litsa Pappas Career
At this present moment, Litsa serves as a general assignment reporter for Boston 25 News. She started her reporting career at WHSV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, after graduating from Syracuse University. Later, Litsa moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, where she worked as a reporter and anchor at Spectrum News (formerly Time Warner Cable News) for nearly four years.
While working in Charlotte, she covered several national stories such as the historic vote to remove the Confederate Flag from South Carolina’s capital following the Charleston church massacre, the riots after the Keith Scott police shooting, the Carolina Panthers’ journey to Super Bowl 50, and historic flooding in Columbia. She also covered the national fallout from North Carolina’s contentious ‘bathroom bill’ and several campaign appearances in key swing states during the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections.