Shaira Arias Biography
Shaira Arias is a media personality who works for NBC10 and Telemundo62 as an Emmy Award-winning multimedia journalist. She previously worked as a multimedia journalist at WUVP-TV for two years.
Shaira Arias Age
She grew up in the New York Bronx, where she was born. She has not revealed her birth year, though.
Shaira Arias Height
Shaira is tall but her height is unknown.
Shaira Arias Education
She attended Glendale Community College from 2013 to 2015, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast media and communication. After that, in 2015, she enrolled at California State University, Fullerton, where she eventually earned a bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in broadcast journalism in 2017.
She has received multiple nominations for her work, and in 2019, she won a Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Award in the Human-Interest category for the documentary “Cosecha Sin Frutos” (Fruitless Harvest), which chronicled the struggles faced by migrant agricultural laborers as they harvest crops in the fields.
Shaira Arias Family
Aria is a product of a loving Dominican family and was a 2014 contender for Miss Dominican Republic USA. Her siblings’ and parents’ identities are unclear, though.
Shaira Arias Husband
She has maintained her private life even though she is well-known in the media. She has not disclosed whether she is single, married, or in a relationship as a result.
Shaira Arias Salary
Shaira annually pockets a salary ranging from $ 40,000 to $110,500.
Shaira Arias Net Worth
Shaira’s estimated net worth ranges from $ 1 million to $5 million.
Shaira Arias Career
Multimedia journalist Shaira has won an Emmy Award while working for Telemundo 62 and NBC10. On weeknights at 6 and 11 p.m. on Noticiero Telemundo62, you may see her.
In February 2020, she started working for NBC10 and Telemundo62. She loves interacting with her viewers and telling their experiences. She is passionate about building a connection between Spanish- and English-speaking readers as a bilingual reporter. Shaira enjoys writing about the history, culture, and soul of Philadelphia and the surrounding region.
“I adore Philadelphia’s diversity of population; I have met people here from all over the nation,” Shaira remarked. The stories out of Philadelphia consistently make national news, which is a daily challenge for me as a journalist.
She worked for two years at WUVP-TV as a multimedia journalist before coming to NBC10 and Telemundo62. She had previously been employed by Los Angeles’ KMEX-TV as an assignment desk editor, freelance reporter, and field producer.