Nazy Javid Biography
Nazy Javid is a news director and an anchor currently working as a reporter at North Coast News TV. Nazy Javid anchors in Eureka, California on KAEF ABC 23 the 6 p.m. newscast. In 2016, Nazy joined the station officially. In 2019, She was awarded by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences an Emmy nomination. Javid covered the Camp Fire during a narrow escape from the tragedy which own her family.
Nazy Javid Age
Nazy Javid was born in California, United States of America, She is around 32 years old, though, her exact age and birth year are under review and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
Nazy Javid Height
Nazy is 5 ft 4 inches/ Approx 1.6 m tall.
Nazy Javid Education
After her high school diploma, Later on, Nazy Javid earned a bachelor of arts degree from California Davis University. She double minored in Theatre and Dance and pre-law Political Science and Communications.
Nazy Javid Family
Javid likes to keep her life private concerning her father, mother, and siblings. However, review information regarding her family members and siblings is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.
Nazy Javid Eureka Husband
She is married to her better half husband namely Eddie Wilson. Eddie serves in Eureka, California as a local police sergeant. Nazy is an overbearing stepmom of three amazing children. During her leisure time, Sne broadcasts on the NATAS Board of Governors a weekly webcast serves. Javid is also a Fitness instructor licensed at Zumba.
Nazy Javid Salary
Nazy Javid receives an annual salary is $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to North Coast News TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Nazy Javid Net Worth
Javid has an estimated net worth of $1million – $5million.
Nazy Javid Career
She began her career working in Davis, UCD at a campus news station as an anchor and news reporter. Later on, Nazy got an internship through UCDC, serving for Tribune Broadcasting as a junior reporter at Senate hearings, Capitol pressers, and White House briefings. Before moving to North Coast News TV, at California Southern Law School She did a law course. Javid then began a job at KBVU and KAEF as a reporter.
However, Nazy lost their own home destructive wildfire in California state history and the deadliest. She began her broadcast career serving in San Francisco at KFTY TV50 as a reporter in 2005. While there, Javid hosted three half-hour shows namely Dining Out with Nazy, TV50 Marketplace, and Your Turn. Javid also served as weather, and traffic anchor, an evening headline news reporter, and a dayside general assignment reporter.