Martha Sugalski Biography
Martha Sugalski is an American award-winning journalist well known as an anchor and reporter at WFTV in Orlando, Florida. She joined WFTV in August 2015 and also hosts a 10 pm newscast on TV27.
Martha Sugalski Age
Martha is 53 years old as of 2023. She was born on February 22, 1970, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Her birthday is celebrated on February 22nd every year.
Martha Sugalski Education
Martha received her high school diploma in 1998 from a local high school in Florida. She also earned her bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 2002, from the Atlantic University of Florida.
Martha Sugalski Nationality | Ethnicity
Martha is an American national who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage.
Martha Sugalski Height
Martha stands on an approximate height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx. 1.68) and weighs around 61kgs
Martha Sugalski Family
Martha is a born and raised Philadelphia native. Details about her parents including her father, and mother are unknown to the public. Though, she has four siblings, three brothers and one sister.
Martha Sugalski Husband
Martha was married to her ex-husband Craig Minervini, a sportscaster and host of “Marlins Live” and “Panthers Live”. The couple got married via a private wedding ceremony on 30, May 2009 but later in July 2019, the duo divorced. The couple does share triplets named Heaton, Wilder, and Holden who were born in 2013.
Martha Sugalski Salary
Martha earns an estimated annual salary of $87,500 as a news anchor and reporter at WFTV in Florida.
Martha Sugalski Net Worth
Martha has an estimated net worth of $1 million from her journalism career.
Martha Sugalski WFTV
Sugalski holds the prestigious position of anchoring the evening newscasts on TV27 at 6 pm, 10 pm, and 11 pm. Throughout her career in journalism, she has covered numerous stories and events that have made headlines not only within the United States but also beyond its borders. Her portfolio includes significant occurrences such as presidential visits, devastating hurricanes in central Florida, wildfires, the high-profile Elian Gonzalez saga, the Miami Heat’s NBA championship, the Florida Marlins’ World Series victory, and the widely followed Casey Anthony trial, among many others.
In recognition of her exceptional work, Sugalski has received numerous accolades and honors since embarking on her journalism journey. Notably, she was presented with an Emmy Award in 2014 for her compelling coverage of the tragic daycare car crash in Orlando. Additionally, the National Traffic Safety Commission commended her for shedding light on the improper usage of child safety seats in one of her impactful stories.
Beyond her professional achievements, Sugalski is passionate about advocating for children who are at risk of aging out of the foster care system before finding permanent homes through adoption. In her downtime, she finds joy in engaging in CrossFit competitions and pursuing her love for running. Moreover, she cherishes the company of her family and friends, utilizing her free time to create lasting memories with them.