Octavia Mitchell Biography
Octavia Mitchell is an eminent American journalist currently working as a News anchor at News 2 in South Carolina since 2002. Furthermore, she is an active member of multiple organizations including the Union African Methodist Episcopal Church, the National Association of Black Journalists, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Octavia Mitchell Age
Octavia Mitchell was born on 17 December 1963, in Awendaw, South Carolina, in the United States. Octavia is 58 years old.
Octavia Mitchell Height
Octavia’s height is 5 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.65m).
Octavia Mitchell Family
Octavia was born and raised under the protection, love, and care of his hardworking and devoted parents in Awendaw, South Carolina, in the United States. Nonetheless, she has not revealed any conspicuous intel with regard to her committed parents or whether she has any siblings.
Octavia Mitchell Husband
She is now in a happy marital relationship with her good-looking and supportive husband Neilson Hilton. The duo has been living under the same roof and enjoying their marriage since they tied the knot on June 23, 2014. Octavia and Neilson are proud to be sharing their handsome son. The lovely family of three happily lives in South Carolina.
Octavia Mitchell Education
She attained her high school diploma from Lincoln High School in South Carolina. Later, Octavia enrolled at South Carolina State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Broadcasting.
Octavia Mitchell Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary of $92,630 annually. This is according to News 2 anchors’ salaries.
Octavia Mitchell’s Net Worth
Octavia has successfully amassed a decent amount of her legally acquired wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Octavia Mitchell Career
She is currently working as a News anchor at News 2 since 2002. Throughout her journalism career, she has won numerous accolades and awards for her role in the community. Octavia’s most recent recognition was being named the “Community Tribute Honoree” by the MOJA Arts Festival, and “Most Cheerful News Anchor” by the Charleston City Paper.
Her photo has appeared on the cover of Women of Fruit magazine. Moreover, she spent several years serving as the media champion for the Lowcountry American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign.