Melissa Moon Biography
Melissa Moon is an Award-Winning American journalist presently serving at Channel News 3 in Memphis as a News anchor and reporter since joining the station in 2020. Before her current station, she served as a News anchor for several years in Springfield, Missouri. Moon was recognized for her outstanding investigation of a woman falsely accused of a crime by the Missouri Broadcasters Association.
During her free time, Melissa enjoys dancing, traveling, singing, and especially spending time with her friends and family.
Melissa Moon Age
Melissa Moon was born in the United States of America. Unfortunately, her exact age, date, and year of birth remain unavailable. However, she is around 37 years old.
Melissa Moon Height
Moon stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.62m.)
Melissa Moon Education
She attended and attained her high school diploma from a local high school and later furthered her studies at the University of Liberty and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Telecommunications.
Melissa Moon Family
She was born and raised under the support, care, and love of her hardworking and devoted parents in the United States. Moon belongs to the white ethnicity but holds an American nationality by birth.
Melissa Moon Husband
Despite journalism being her profession, Melissa likes to keep her personal life off the public’s limelight. Therefore her love life status is not available at the moment, hence it is unknown whether she is dating, single, married, gay, or straight. As we acquire relevant and reliable information regarding the matter at hand, We shall update you as soon as possible.
Melissa Moon Salary
Melissa’s average salary is $92,603 per year. This is according to News Channel 3 anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Melissa Moon’s Net Worth
Mellissa has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Melissa Moon Career
Presently, She serves at WREG-TV in Memphis as a news reporter and anchor since joining the network in 2020. There, Mellissa performs live shots of the morning and noon shows. Additionally, Moon serves as the station’s fill-in anchor. Before her current station, Melissa served in Springfield, Missouri as a News anchor.
During her tenure in Missouri, Moon helped uncover abuse for physically and mentally challenged youth at a state-funded facility. Her first journalism job was in the Tampa Bay area as an anchor for an independent station. During her years at the university, Melissa spent a semester serving for CNN in Washington D.C.