Shayla Reaves Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth WCCO

Shayla Reaves
Shayla Reaves

Shayla Reaves Biography

Shayla Reaves works as an anchor and reporter at WCCO since December 2020. Before, she worked for WNCT-TV (CBS) in Greenville, as a co-anchor for the evening newscasts. Reaves studied and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

She was titled the top broadcast student in her graduating class. Reaves received the university’s prestigious Gary Cummings Award during her tenure there. Also by the Association of Women Journalists-Chicago.

She got selected as an Outstanding Woman Journalism Student because of her reporting through the Illinois News Broadcasters Association.

Shayla Reaves Age

Reaves was born in Tennessee in the United States. However, her exact age, month, and year of birth are not publically known.

Shayla Reaves Height

Reaves is 5 ft 4 in/ 1.6 m tall.

Shayla Reaves Education

Reaves studied and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. During her tenure there she was titled the top broadcast student in her graduating class.  Reaves received the university’s prestigious Gary Cummings Award.

Also by the Association of Women Journalists-Chicago, she got selected as an Outstanding Woman Journalism Student. Because of her reporting through the Illinois News Broadcasters Association.

Shayla Reaves Family

Reaves has managed to keep details on her parents and siblings away from the limelight.

Shayla Reaves Husband

Reaves is a married man, however, she has not shared any detail about her husband.

Shayla Reaves Salary

Reaves annually earns a salary of $73,101, according to WCCO correspondents’ salaries.

Shayla Reaves Net Worth

Reaves has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Shayla Reaves Career

Reaves works as an anchor and reporter at WCCO since December 2020. Prior to this, she worked for WNCT-TV (CBS) in Greenville, as a co-anchor for the evening newscasts.  Reeves worked in Tampa for the market’s #1 rated morning show,  titled“Good Day Tampa Bay” as a field reporter.

Shayla studied and graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. During her tenure there she was titled the top broadcast student in her graduating class, she received the university’s prestigious Gary Cummings Award.

Also by the Association of Women Journalists-Chicago, she got selected as an Outstanding Woman Journalism Student because of her reporting through the Illinois News Broadcasters Association.

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