Jessica Aguirre Bio, Wiki, Age, NBC Bay Area, Education, Height, Family, Husband, Children, and Career

Jessica Aguirre Biography

Aguirre is a skilled American journalist currently working for NBC Bay Area News. Catch her in the evening every 5, 6 and 11 P.m.

Jessica Aguirre Age

Aguirre was born in Miami, Florida, on June 25, 1963. She is 58 years as of 2024. She celebrates her birthday on 25th June every year.

Jessica Aguirre Education

She has not disclosed information regarding where She attended College/University. This information is currently under review.

Jessica Aguirre Height| weight

She stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs

Jessica Aguirre Family

Aguirre was born in the united state, however, she has not revealed information regarding her family members.

Jessica Aguirre
Jessica Aguirre

Jessica Aguirre Husband

She is happily married to her husband Jay Huyler, the couple is blessed with two beautiful daughters, however, she has not disclosed their names.

Jessica Aguirre Children

Aguirre and her husband are blessed with two beautiful daughters, however, she has not disclosed their names.

Jessica Aguirre NBC Bay Area

She is a primetime, evening anchor, in the Bay Area for over two decades. She has been awarded an Emmy. Aguirre is the co-host of NBC Area’s Race in America: The conversation alongside Marcus Washington prior to anchoring the evening news. The show explores racial equity and social injustice and attempts to bridge the divide between backgrounds and generations.

previous to narrating in the Bay Area in 1998 she anchored and reported in Los Angeles and Miami, earning Emmy awards for her series on the struggles of migrant children and for her investigative work on child molesters as well as an Associated Press award for her series. Chronicling the struggle of boat people fleeing Cuba. She began her career at the Spanish language network while attending the University of Miami.

Another Emmy for her live coverage of the “Ghostship” warehouse fire in Oakland and for field anchoring from the deadly Sonoma and Napa county firestorms. During her tenure at NBC Bay Area Jessica won an Emmy for her poignant series, on the emotional journey of an East Bay transgender teen and her efforts to preserve her fertility before undergoing sex reassignment surgery

Lately, Aguirre was inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle for twenty-five years of excellence in television journalism. As the daughter of immigrant parents, Jessica is fluent in Spanish and deeply involved in organizations that promote literacy and help stem the Latino achievement gap including The Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley. She’s covered natural disasters like Hurricane Andrew, and man-made catastrophes like the Oklahoma City bombing, as well as race riots in Miami and the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 from ground zero.

Jessica Aguirre Career

Aguirre traveled to Brazil for the summer Olympic Games where she fields anchored in English for NBC Bay Area and in Spanish for sister station Telemundo 48, interviewing Bay Area athletes and highlighting the security and political issues, facing the people of Rio and Olympic tourists. Her passion for news and global events has taken Jessica from Cuba to England and many places in between. Jessica can also be found at many community events in the East Bay where she lends her voice to a variety of local causes.

Aguirre’s Emmy-nominated education show “Class Action” took a deep look at the issues facing California educators and public schools. Her investigative reporting into the aftermath of the Napa earthquake and the impact on local schools led to school safety legislation being introduced by Assemblyman Bill Dodd. Here at home, Jessica has focused on covering laws and events that focus on children, from investigative stories that uncover the loopholes set up by Jessica’s law to the deteriorating state of education in the public school system.

Aguirre has settled in the East Bay, with her two daughters. She also serves on the board of Watermark, the Bay Area’s largest membership organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in leadership positions. Her devotion to learning, and supporting children and local charities have her routinely on the lecture circuit in the Bay Area discussing education, gender equity, and minority advancement in the workplace.

Jessica Aguirre Salary

She has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000.

Jessica Aguirre Net Worth

Aguirre has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which she earned from his broadcasting career.

Jessica Aguirre’s Social Media Platforms

She is very active on social media platforms and has over 4.8k followers on Twitter, 1.1k followers on Instagram, and over 4k followers on Facebook.

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