Joe Dana Biography
Joe Dana is a television anchor and reporter in the United States. He is currently employed at 12 News as a reporter, anchor, and watchdog investigative reporter. He was also a former field reporter for 12 News Today newscasts when he covered a special feature on military healthcare.
Joe Dana Age | Birthday
Joe’s age, date of birth, and birthday are publicly unavailable. We will update her birthday information once confirmed available.
Joe Dana Education
Joe went to Georgetown University’s Institute of Political Journalism after high school. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts in print and broadcast journalism.
Joe Dana Ethnicity | Nationality
Joe is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born in the United State of America and he is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Joe Dana Early Life | Family | Father
He was raised by his parents, but he has not provided any information about his siblings or family in general. It is unknown whether he had siblings, and the identity of his father and mother is still unknown. He has kept the public in the dark about his childhood.
Joe Dana Wife | Married
Joe is a proud husband to his wife, Jamie. The couple is proud parents of two young sons. The family resides in the northwest Valley of Arizona.
Joe Dana’s Net Worth
Joe has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million dollars. Her main source of income is her work as an anchor and reporter.
Joe Dana Awards
Joe has won several reporting awards in print and broadcasting, including two first-place awards from the Division Nine Society of Professional Journalists.
Joe Dana Channel 12
Joe Dana is a member of the 12 News I-Team and a guard dog reporter and anchor. Joe has earned reporting grants in print and TV throughout his career, including two first-place awards from the Division Nine Society of Professional Journalists. He worked as a field reporter for a 2013 Emmy Award-winning broadcast of 12 News Today and a 2015 Emmy Award-winning special report on military human services. He has reported on a wide range of topics, from school funding to capital murder prosecutions. In northern Arizona, he looked into polygamy, and in southern Arizona, he looked into immigration. Joe considers it his first job as a journalist to hold politicians and power brokers accountable for their conduct.
Joe has covered issues ranging from education funding to capital murder trials. He’s investigated polygamy in northern Arizona and immigration in southern Arizona. As a journalist, Joe believes his first priority is to hold politicians and power-brokers accountable for their actions.