ALYANA GOMEZ BIO, AGE, FAMILY, HUSBAND , SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, KCPQ-TV

Alyana Gomez Biography

Alyana Gomez is a broadcaster with the KCPQ-TV13 FOX team in the Greater Seattle Area, where she has won an Emmy Award. She began working as an evening anchor at this station in October 2019.

How old is Alyana Gomez? – Age

She was born on 14th May in the United States of America. She is about 33 years old. She has not shared the exact year she was born.

Where did Alyana Gomez go to school? – Education

Alyana started at Salisbury University in 2007 after completing her high school education, and she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2010. She was a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the Communications Honors Society, Multicultural Student Services, Peer Leaders, and the Untouchables Dance Company during her time at university. While still a student at Salisbury University, Alyana got her first job working in local journalism, where she won her first Associated Press honors for enterprise reporting, spot news, and in-depth coverage.

Alyana Gomez – Family

She was born in the United States but did grow up in the Maryland town of Salisbury. She has not made any public statements about her parents or siblings. She, on the other hand, is of mixed race and speaks English and Spanish fluently.

Gomez’s Husband

Gomez is a proud mother of two children and a happily married woman. She recounts meeting her spouse in Florida, who has been incredibly supportive of her profession and a willing participant while she pursues her dreams. Weston, a son born in 2015, and Mila Jade Gonzalez, a daughter born on12 February 2018, are the couple’s children. The family lives in San Francisco. Alyana and her spouse have two children: a son, Weston, born in 2015, and a girl, Mila Jade Gonzalez, born on 12 February 2018.

Alyana Gomez The KCPQ-TV Q13 FOX journalist
Alyana Gomez The KCPQ-TV Q13 FOX journalist

What is Gomez’s Salary?

She receives an annual predicted salary of $75,000.

Gomez Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be $1 million.

Alyana Gomez Career

Gomez is a broadcaster with the KCPQ-TV13 FOX team in the Greater Seattle Area, where she has won an Emmy Award. She began working as an evening anchor at this station in October 2019.

She worked as an anchor and reporter at KTVU Fox Corporation in the San Francisco Bay Area for three years before to joining this station, commencing in October 2016. Additionally, from June 2015 until September 2016, Gomez worked as an anchor and reporter for NBC Universal Media, LLC in West Hartford, CT.

She worked as a weekend morning program anchor in West Hartford and was instrumental in the launch of NBC Responds’ Consumer Investigative Unit. She also worked as a consumer investigative reporter, focusing entirely on consumer complaints and acting as a spokesperson for their rights.

Gomez worked at Cox Media Group in Jacksonville, Florida from May 2013 to May 2015 as a general assignment reporter, where he was responsible for daily investigations and enterprise articles. She covered everything from natural disasters to government accountability throughout her time as a reporter at this station. She became well-known after reporting the Jordan Davis trial in Jacksonville, a piece for which she received her first Emmy nomination. She also has a lot to say about her time in Salisbury, Idaho, where she worked at WMDT 47 NEWS ABC as a noontime anchor, daytime reporter, and host of a weekly community-focused segment.

She received five Associated Press Awards during her stint at WMDT for her outstanding work.

When asked about her job, Gomez expressed her admiration for becoming a renowned person in front of a camera. “I want to be a singer or an actor,” she could tell her mother when she was little. She also fancied being a doctor, a profession she admired because of her proclivity for assisting others.

Her goal came true when she enrolled at Salisbury University to study journalism for a bachelor’s degree. She began her career in local news while attending Salisbury University, where she won her first Associated Press honors for enterprise reporting, spot news, and in-depth coverage.

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