Nathan Baca Biography
Nathan Baca is a prominent American award-winning journalist currently working as an investigative reporter at WUSA 9 special unit in Columbia Washington DC. There, he focuses on government mismanagement, fraud, and waste. Nathan’s first investigative show, The Octopus Murders, began in Palm Springs, California.
Nathan Baca Age
Nathan Baca was born on August 6, 1981, in Ventura, California, United States. He is 42 years old.
Nathan Baca Family
Nathan was born and brought up by his caring and supportive parents in Ventura, California, United States. However, he has not divulged the details in regard to his committed parents or whether he has any siblings.
Nathan Baca Height
Nathan is 5 feet 10 inches tall (Approx 1.78m)
Nathan Baca Wife
He is happily married to his stunning wife, Nicole Lucht. The couple is blessed with a wonderful son, Oliver Baca. The family of three currently resides in Frederick County, Maryland.
Nathan Baca Children
Nathan is a wonderful son, Oliver Baca.
Nathan Baca Education
Nathan enrolled at the University of La Verne where he attained a Bachelor of Arts in Television Broadcasting.
Nathan Baca Salary
He earns an approximate salary of $65,000-$110,000 annually.
Nathan Baca’s Net Worth
Nathan has garnered a hefty fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
Nathan Baca Career
He is currently working as an investigative reporter at WUSA 9 special unit in Columbia Washington DC. There, he focuses on government mismanagement, fraud, and waste. Nathan’s first investigative show, The Octopus Murders, began in Palm Springs, California.
He completed writing his guide on instances of ‘Devil’s Ladder’ in 2019 and he is about to get it released. In addition, Nathan is one of the first to analyze suspected crimes at the world headquarters of the Church of Scientology. His investigation in Columbus, Ohio created enhancements in national coverage in the best way.
Moreover, he emphasized vital issues with Ohio’s background verification programs which allowed offenders to stay off the report. He founded and developed the university’s first student-run television news station. Later, Nathan majored in Speech Forensic at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford.