Nicole Estaphan is a well-known American award-winning journalist currently working at WCVB Channel 5’s Chronicle as a reporter and a producer. In January 2016, She came to WCVB News Channel 5 to work as a freelance news reporter
Previously, Estaphan reported in Utica, New York; Burlington, Vermont; Providence, Rhode Island. Nicole also served in Atlanta, Georgia at WAGA-TV FOX 5. During her time in the South, She conducted the last televised interview with poet Maya Angelou.
tenure also included Georgia-located reporting for “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.” At Georgia, she earned state recognition due to her series of reports on a toxic neighborhood with a legacy of military waste dumping.
Nicole Estaphan was born in the United States on December 20. She celebrates her birthday on December 20, every year.
Nicole Estaphan Height
Estaphan is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches ( Approx1.7 m).
Nicole Estaphan Education
After high school, She attended a private college in Boston called Emerson College and graduated with a master’s degree in journalism.
Nicole Estaphan Family
Nicole has maintained the best relationship with her dad. She mostly mentioned her dad on her social media platforms. During 2018 Father’s Day, Nicole shared a message for her dad saying: Happy Father’s Day!!! Especially to this guy for being a doer of all things and not firing me as his daughter yet!Dad!. Her mum is a proud breast cancer survivor.
Nicole Estaphan Husband
She is a married woman though Nicole has not shared any details regarding her partner, however, as soon as she shares the information we will update you.
Nicole Estaphan Salary
Nicole’s annual salary is $71,201 per year. This is according to WCVB News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Nicole Estaphan Net Worth
Estaphan has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Nicole Estaphan Career
Being at WCVB, Nicole has spent some time over the past two years serving on Marine Ecosystems Study (NAAMES) and NASA’s North Atlantic Aerosols documentary project, such as shooting two full months in the North Atlantic. That was the first time a journalist was embedded for that length of time with a NASA mission at sea. She is also done producing for The Discovery Channel.
In addition, She serves as an event emcee for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, The National Brain Tumor Society, The Muscular Dystrophy Association, and Girls, Inc., Nicole volunteers at a dog rescue shelter in Dedham, Massachusetts. Besides doubt, and over all else, Estaphan believes that sharing our stories can be life-changing.
Overall her service, by encouraging younger generations is of the utmost impact to her. She is currently serving on a program with the Children’s Smile Coalition, to support kids living in poverty to find their voice and confidence via public speaking.