Naomi Yané Biography
Naomi Yané is an eminent American Reporter who serves as an evening and weekend Reporter at News 12 in New Jersey. She commenced her work at the station in February 2021.
Naomi Yané Age
Naomi Yané was born on February 8, she has managed to keep her exact year of birth hidden.
Naomi Yané Height
Yané stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Naomi Yané Education
Yané studied at Buffalo State University and received a Bachelor of Arts in TV Broadcasting and Communication from there. In addition, Naomi graduated with a master’s in urban reporting from CUNY’s Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in 2018.
Naomi Yané Family
Yané is able to avoid drawing attention to details about her parents. She also gives no information on the existence of her siblings.
Naomi Yané Husband
Yané is able to keep details about her marital status hidden from the public. But as soon as we have further information about her spouse, we will update this page.
Naomi Yané Kids
Yané is able to keep details about her childless status out of the public eye.
Naomi Yané Salary
Yané receives an annual wage ranging between $30,000 and $90,000.
Naomi Yané Net Worth
Yané’s estimated net worth ranges between $1 Million and $ 5 Million.
Naomi Yané Career
Yané works for News 12 as a reporter. She hails from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is a true New York-New Jersey fusion, with African cultural influences. She is passionate about reporting on the local communities in her role as News 12 New Jersey’s evening and weekend correspondent. Yané’s willingness to give back to the Lupus Research Alliance during her free time is evidence of her commitment to effecting positive change outside of the journalistic industry.
Yané was a well-known presence on Long Island television screens as a reporter for Verizon FiOS 1 News before joining News 12. From June until November 2019, Yané was a reporter for WRNN-TV/Verizon FiOS1 News. From April 2018 to June 2019, she was employed for Altice USA as a traffic reporter as well. Her professional path also took her to Fox 5’s Good Day New York and News 12 The Bronx & Brooklyn, where she helped commuters navigate the morning traffic gridlock. She also had a significant impact on BronxNet TV’s coverage of Bronx communities while she worked there.
Yané worked as a traffic anchor for Spectrum News NY1 from May 2010 until June 2017, offering insightful commentary to people who were traveling around New York City. In addition to being a skilled journalist, Yané an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists and is also a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Outside of work, she has a strong love for travel, is a committed dog lover, and speaks French and Lingala well.