Jessica Aguirre Biography
Jessica Aguirre is a well-known American journalist and television personality who works for NBC Universal in San Jose, California as the evening news anchor. She is the host of “Race In America” and the co-anchor of NBC Bay Area’s 5, 6 & 11 p.m. newscasts, which serve all nine Bay Area counties. Since June 2007, Jessica has been with NBC.
How old is Jessica Aguirre? – Age
She was born on the 25th of June 1963 in Aventura, Florida, United States of America. She turned 58 years in 2021.
Where did Jessica Aguirre go to school? – Education
Jessica attended the University of Miami and earned a Bachelor’s degree in journalism after finishing her elementary and secondary schooling.
Jessica Aguirre – Family
Jessica grew up in Aventura, Florida, with unidentified immigrant parents. Jessica was born in the United States of America to Cuban parents. She speaks Spanish really well. The public isn’t aware of any information about her siblings.
Aguirre husband and children
Jessica is married to Jay Huyler, a marketing specialist and former TV sportscaster who spent 15 years at Microsoft as a sales and marketing executive. In 1996, the pair married in a lavish ceremony attended by a select group of friends and family. They have two beautiful girls together. Jessica and her family live in the East Bay neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Bella and Oliva, Jessica’s two daughters, were born to her and her husband.
What is Aguirre Salary?
Her salary is predicted to be $81,000 per year.
Aguirre Net Worth
She receives an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jessica Aguirre NBC Career
Jessica is a well-known American journalist and television personality who works for NBC Universal in San Jose, California as the evening news anchor. She is the host of “Race In America” and the co-anchor of NBC Bay Area’s 5, 6 & 11 p.m. newscasts, which serve all nine Bay Area counties. Since June 2007, she has worked for NBC.
She’s worked in local, national, and international journalism for more than three decades. Jessica was recently admitted into the Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for her accomplishments in television journalism over the past twenty-five years.
Jessica won an Emmy for her moving series about an East Bay transgender teen’s struggle to keep her fertility before undergoing sex reassignment surgery, another Emmy for her live coverage of the Oakland “Ghostship” warehouse fire, and yet another Emmy for field anchoring from the deadly Sonoma and Napa county firestorms during her time at NBC Bay Area.
She started her broadcasting career while still a student at the University of Miami. She worked for Fox affiliate WSVN in Florida as a general assignment reporter. She was promoted to co-host of the station’s 10:00 p.m. broadcast, which featured a teenage Jillian Warry as the weather anchor.
Jessica then moved to Los Angeles, California, to work for ABC-owned and operated station KABC-TV as a reporter and anchor. Aguirre moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1990s after finishing her career in Los Angeles, where she worked for KGO-TV Channel 7.
She was appointed as an anchor for NBC-owned and operated station KNTV Channel 11 immediately after leaving KGO. She is currently the host of the Emmy-nominated NBC Class Action and anchors the station’s newscasts at 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.