Delia Goncalves WUSA 9, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Children, Salary and Net Worth

Delia Goncalves WUSA 9
Delia Goncalves WUSA 9

Delia Goncalves Biography

Delia Goncalves is a Washington, D.C.-based American News reporter and journalist who presently works for WUSA-tv, Channel 9 News. Before joining WUSA-TV, she worked as a reporter fill-in anchor at WMAR-TV, ABC2 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Delia Goncalves Age

Delia’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.

Delia Goncalves Birthday

Delia has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.

Delia Goncalves Height

Goncalves stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.

Delia Goncalves Education

Goncalves attended and graduated from Emerson Institution, a private liberal arts college in Boston, Massachusetts. Because she has not revealed any of her credentials to the public, no more information about her educational history has been made available. This section is being researched and will be updated shortly.

Delia Goncalves Family

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, her parents are immigrant parents of Cape Verdean who taught her the invaluable lessons of faith, hard work, and perseverance. Attempts to establish the identity of Her parents were to no avail since no such information about them is available.

Delia Goncalves Husband

Delia’s love life and marital status are not known to the public at the moment. She has not disclosed any information on her husband or if she is dating anyone at the moment.

Delia Goncalves Children

Goncalves together with her husband is blessed with three beautiful daughters.

Delia Goncalves Salary

According to WUSA 9 anchor salary, Delia receives an annual average salary of $85,000.

Delia Goncalves Net Worth

Delia’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.

Delia Goncalves Career

Delia became a member of the WUSA9 team in June 2010. Her first job in the industry was at the United States Senate Radio-TV Gallery and NBC Network News in Washington. She then left D.C. to pursue her on-camera reporting career, which led her back to her home state of New England.

Delia crisscrossed the area for five years, working at several stations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. During that period, she covered big events such as the Station Nightclub fire in Rhode Island, which killed 100 people, and the historic referendum on gay marriage in Boston, which was the country’s first of its type.

Delia returned to the nation’s capital after spending four years in Baltimore, where she was nominated Best Reporter in 2009. Delia’s profile of a mother and her kid living in a house with no power or running water landed them in a secure refuge in Charm City. Her reportage on the homeless in DC has assisted many in getting off the streets and reuniting with their family.

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