LETITIA PERRY BIO, WIKI, WHIO-TV, AGE, FAMILY, HUSBAND, HEIGHT, SCHOOL, SALARY, NET WORTH, CAREER

Letitia Perry Biography

Letitia Perry is an American journalist who co-anchors News Center 7’s Daybreak Edition and the Noon News from 5-7 a.m. weekdays. In April of 2001, she began work at the station.

How old is Letitia Perry? – Age

She was born on the 24th of February 1966, in Dayton, United States. She turned 56 years in 2022.

Where did Letitia Perry go to school? – Education

After graduating from Meadowdale High School in Dayton, she pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast/Cinematic Arts at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Letitia Perry – Family

Jade and Jewel are Letitia’s twins. Her connection appears to be private.

Letitia Perry husband

Her marital status, engagement, divorce, or single status is unknown.

 

Letitia Perry the journalist
Letitia Perry the journalist

Letitia Height

She is 5 ft 6 tall.

What is Letitia’s Salary?

Her salary is predicted to range from $40,000 – $110,500 every year.

Letitia’s Net Worth

She receives a believed net worth of $5 million.

Letitia Perry WHIO-TV Career

She was asked to join the team at the CMU Public Broadcasting Center, which covers Central and Northern Michigan, as well as the Northern Lower Peninsula. She was asked to host many shows on the television side of the same PBS facility while working as a radio producer and broadcaster of NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

Letitia relocated to WCBE-FM in Columbus, Ohio, from Mount Pleasant, Michigan, in 1992. She worked for the Columbus Board of Education’s public radio station as a news producer for three years. In 1996, she moved back to Dayton to work as the News Director for Hawes-Saunders Broadcast Properties, Inc. Letitia was named Director of Community & Public Affairs after four years on the job. Letitia accepted work as a General Assignment Reporter with Cox-owned CBS affiliate WHIO-TV in Dayton in the spring of 2001.
She played the part of weeknight anchor at 11 p.m. in December 2006. Letitia has served on a number of boards and committees, including the United Negro College Fund/Wilberforce University Joint Campaign, the Public Radio News Directorial Board, the Aids Foundation, and the Special Needs Blood Drive Advisory Board at Children’s Medical Center. Mt. Olive Baptist Church is where she is a member.

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