Meghan Moriarty Biography
Meghan Moriarty is a prominent American journalist currently working as a weekend morning anchor and reporter for Action News Jax, the CBS/Fox affiliate in Jacksonville, Florida since August 2019. She has covered high-profile cases, including the continuing case of Jared Bridegan’s murder and the murder of Tristyn Bailey. Meghan has also covered the Jaguars selecting Trevor Lawrence as the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the players’ championship, and the delivery of the coronavirus vaccine in various US states.
Meghan Moriarty Age
Despite her publicity, Meghan has not revealed the exact date and year she was born. Therefore, her age and the date she celebrates her birthday are currently nonexistent.
Meghan Moriarty Education
She attained her high school diploma from Paul VI High School, Haddonfield, New Jersey in 2013. Later, Megahn joined the University of Maryland and graduated from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Broadcast Journalism in May of 2017.
Meghan Moriarty Family
Meghan was born to her supportive parents in the United States of America. Nevertheless, she has managed to keep her personal information below the radar therefore details regarding her parents and siblings remain in the dark.
Meghan Moriarty Height
Meghan’s height is 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.65 m).
Meghan Moriarty Husband
Due to her secretive nature, Meghan maintained a low profile about her marital status therefore making it difficult to verify whether she is married, in a relationship, or single. Moreover, Meghan has not been the subject of any rumors concerning previous relationships.
She receives an annual salary of between $60,500 to $120,000.
Meghan Moriarty’s Net Worth
Meghan has managed to gather a decent fortune from her career and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.
Meghan Moriarty Career
At its present moment, Meghan works as a weekend morning anchor and reporter for Action News Jax, the CBS/Fox affiliate in Jacksonville, Florida. She has covered high-profile cases, including the continuing case of Jared Bridegan’s murder and the murder of Tristyn Bailey. During her time in Jacksonville, Megahn has covered five hurricanes and the Florida gubernatorial election.
Meghan has also covered the Jaguars selecting Trevor Lawrence as the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, The Players Championship, and the delivery of the coronavirus vaccine in various US states. Before that, she worked as a stand-in anchor and general assignment reporter for the NBC affiliate in Charlottesville, Virginia.
She also worked behind the scenes as a Video Editor at WUSA 9 based in Washington D.C. In addition, Meghan covered important stories such as the distribution of vaccines, the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Hurricane Dorian, and Ahmaud Arbery’s passing.