Stacey Sager Biography
Stacey Sager is a well-known American Emmy award-winning reporter currently serving at ABC7 in New York. She became part of the Channel 7 Eyewitness News team in April 1996.
Stacey Sager Age
Stacey Sager was born on September 30, 1967, in Flushing, Queens, United States of America. She is 56 years old.
Stacey Sager Height
Stacey’s height is 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Stacey Sager Family
Stacey was born in Flushing, Queens, United States to Jerome Sager (father) and the late Marilyn Wendy Sager (mother). However, it is not clear whether Stacey has any siblings.
Stacey Sager Husband
She is happily married to her loving husband Andrew Loring Platt. Her husband serves as an associate at a mortgage-backed firm at Lehman Brothers. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in 2001 and they share two gorgeous daughters called Cecil and Liv. The lovely family resides in Nassau County.
Stacey Sager Salary
She earns an annual salary ranging between $55,000 – $140,500.
Stacey Sager’s Net Worth
Stacey has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $3 Million which she has acquired from her victorious journalism career.
Stacey Sager Career
She currently serves as a reporter at ABC7 in New York. She became part of the Channel 7 Eyewitness News team in April 1996. Since then, Stacey has covered a wide range of local, national, and international stories, including the pandemic, the death of JFK junior, the Bush-Gore presidential race, the crash of TWA flight 800, the Al Qaeda prisoners in Cuba, the war in Kosovo, the horrific attacks of September 11th, and the execution of Timothy McVeigh.
In addition, Stacey’s first on-air television job was at a small station in Bangor, Maine. Later, she worked as a reporter at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and WJAR-TV in Providence, Rhode Island.
Throughout her career, Stacey has earned many Emmy nominations and won 4 Emmy awards including one for a WABC-TV breast cancer special, one for covering Hurricane Isaia’s aftermath, one for the effects of cold weather on Long Island, and for covering the 2007 Steampipe explosion in midtown Manhattan. Furthermore, the National Conference of Christians and Jews honored him with the prestigious Michael P. Metcalf Media Award.
She worked widely with organizations such as the TEALWALK and Basser Center, which are devoted to helping women with ovarian cancer and BRCA-related cancers. Stacey co-hosted Channel 7’s annual Emmy Award-winning breast cancer specials and partnered with Pink Aid to raise money for women battling breast cancer. Moreover, she is an avid participant and promoter in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, the American Cancer Society’s annual.