Shaynah Ferreira is an American anchor/reporter who has been with Fox 29 News since August 2021 as a general assignment reporter and anchor. She formerly worked as an anchor/reporter for WTNH News 8 before joining Fox 29. This is the ABC station in Hartford, CT, where she worked for nearly two years. She received an Emmy nomination for her in-depth reporting on the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on the community.
Shaynah Ferreira Age
Ferreira chooses not to share her age or birthdate on social media. However, information on this will be updated soon.
Shaynah Ferreira Height
Shaynah is 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Shaynah Ferreira Education
Ferreira graduated from Emerson College in Boston in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism. She also finished a journalism course in Havana, Cuba. She was also working there as an executive producer for the mini-documentary “Afro-Cuba Libre.” This is a piece that documents the racial tensions and injustices on the island. Ferreira also attended Times Squared Academy, where he graduated from high school in 2013.
Shaynah Ferreira Family
Ferreira spends her free time with her family, which she describes as “close-knit.” She went on to wish her father a happy Father’s Day on Instagram on June 20th. Furthermore, she went on to publish a photo of her family celebrating Christmas last year. She does not, however, disclose any other information about her family, including information about her parents and siblings, if she has any. When new information becomes available, this page will be updated.
Shaynah Ferreira Husband
Ferreira chooses to keep details about her marital status private, therefore it is unknown if she is married.
Shaynah Ferreira Kids
Ferreira chooses to keep information regarding whether or not she has children private.
Shaynah Ferreira Salary
Ferreira annually pockets a pay ranging between $30,000 and $90,000.
Shaynah Ferreira Net Worth
Shaynah has an amassed net worth ranging between $1 million and $1.5 million.
Shaynah Ferreira Career
Her television career began as an associate producer at WJAR-TV in Providence, RI, where she grew up. This was before her break in the television profession at WSAV-TV, the NBC affiliate in Savannah, GA. She covered topics such as storms Michael and Dorian, the trial of five Blood gang members accused of murdering and killing a Savannah State University student, and a mass shooting at Jacksonville Landing.
She belongs to the National Association of Hispanic Journalists as well as the National Association of Black Journalists. She is also proficient in the following languages: Portuguese, Spanish, and Cape Verdean Creole. She aims to use her language talents to tell the different tales of Philadelphia residents. She enjoys going to new restaurants in town, spending time with her family, and traveling when she is not at work.