Shayla Reaves Biography
Shayla Reaves is an Emmy-winning American journalist who works as an anchor and reporter for WCCO-TV, contributing to the morning, mid-morning, and noon shows. She began working at WCCO in December 2020. She co-anchors the WNCT 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. newscasts.
Shayla Reaves Age
How old is Reaves? She was born on January 3, in Tennessee, the United States of America. Her age is not known.
Shayla Reaves Education
Shayla was named the top broadcast student in her Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism graduating class. She received the prestigious Gary Cummings Prize from the institution, the Woman Journalism Student Award from the Association of Women Journalists-Outstanding Chicago, and a reporting award from the Illinois News Broadcasters Association.
Shayla Reaves Nationality
Shayla is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in Tennessee, United State of America. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Shayla Reaves Height | Measurements
Her height is not yet disclosed. Aparently details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Shayla Reaves married| Husband
Who is Shayla married to? She is happily married to a man whose identity is not revealed. Shayla enjoys spending time with her husband, crafts, and traveling the Twin Cities when she is not reporting.
Shayla Reaves Salary
She earns an annual salary of $290,000.
Shayla Reaves Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.
Shayla Reaves Weight Loss
Details regarding her weight loss are currently not yet available. Her exact body weight is still under review and will be updated once confirmed publicly.
Shayla Reaves WCCO-TV |Career
Before arriving in the Twin Cities, Shayla’s job led her to Louisville, Kentucky, Columbus, Ohio, Tampa, Florida, and Greenville, North Carolina. She co-anchored evening newscasts for Greenville’s WNCT-TV (CBS), launched a weekly web series called “Let’s Craft,” and produced half-hour specials for television and the web. Shayla worked as a field reporter for the market’s top-rated morning show, “Good Day Tampa Bay.” For four years, she covered breaking news, hurricanes, and news at night. She conducted live broadcasts for “Fox & Friends” and Fox network affiliates when requested. In addition to reporting, Shayla anchored in Tampa and Columbus, Ohio. Her report of a train collision and explosion in Columbus earned her an Emmy. She also worked four years as a reporter in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition, she spent four years reporting in Louisville, Kentucky. The Society of Professional Journalists and the Associated Press have both given her prizes.