Melissa Adan Biography
Melissa Adan is a well-known American media personality currently working as a bilingual general assignment News Reporter and Anchor at NBC 7 and Telemundo 20 San Diego. Prior to that, she worked as a Multimedia Journalist and Reporter for NBC 6 in South Florida.
Melissa Adan Age
Melissa was born in Miami, Florida, United States of America. Nonetheless, information regarding her age and dates of birth have not been publicized.
Melissa Adan Height
Melissa stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Melissa Adan Family
Melissa was born and brought up under the care, love, and support of his hardworking parents in Miami, Florida, United States. However, she is a secretive woman and has not revealed any conspicuous intel with respect to her devoted parents or whether she has any siblings.
Melissa Adan Husband
She is currently engaged to her handsome fiancé, Andrew A. Vargas, who serves as an analyst and Real Estate advisor at FC.
Melissa Adan Education
She attended Miami Dade College, The Honors College where she attained her A. A. Later, she joined Boston University’s College of Communication and graduated with a B.S. in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science. In addition, Melissa holds a Master’s in Criminal Justice from Florida International University.
Melissa Adan Salary
She bags a satisfactory salary ranging from $56,000 – $130,800 per year.
Melissa Adan’s Net Worth
Melissa has managed to garner a hefty fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Melissa Adan Career
She joined the NBC Universal network under the NBC Reporter Development Program in June 2016. Melissa then continued her journey as a Multimedia Journalist and Reporter for NBC 6 in South Florida, during which she covered the death of Marlins ace pitcher José Fernández, Hurricane Irma, as well as the tragic shooting at the Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood International Airport. Melissa’s coverage was featured on multiple NBC stations across the country, as well as The Weather Channel and MSNBC.
She assumed her role as a bilingual general assignment News Reporter and Anchor in January 2018. Melissa’s wide service in San Diego led her to the 2019 National Association of Hispanic Journalists Al Neuharth Investigative Journalism Award after her investigations on mismanagement of funds at San Diego migrant youth shelters and sexual abuse. During her tenure, she has reported in Australia about climate change on post wildfires and also traveled to Tijuana, Mexico to cover the 2018 migrant caravan.
Moreover, she served as an Online Editor with The Daily Free Press in the Greater Boston Area from December 2012 and April 2013. She also worked as a weekend evening news anchor and general assignment reporter at the CBS affiliate in Lubbock, Texas.