Aixa Diaz Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Parents &Education, Salary, Net Worth, KCRA-TV

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Aixa Diaz Biography

Aixa Diaz is an American reporter/anchor.  As of now, she is working at KCRA-TV as a Washington Bureau morning  Correspondent. She worked as an anchor/reporter at WESH in Orlando, FL, WXII-TV in Winston-Salem, N.C. And WPTZ-TV in Plattsburgh, N.Y all are sister stations of Hearst Television prior to.

Aixa Diaz Age

Diaz’s age, date, month, and year of birth have not come into our limelight.  However, she was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to her parents.

Aixa Diaz Height

Diaz stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Aixa Diaz Parents

Diaz was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to her parents. Behind time, her family relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina where Diaz was raised. . Diaz has not shared much information about her parents. Their names also are unknown.

Aixa Diaz Siblings

Diaz’s siblings are unknown as she likes to keep her personal life private from the public eye.

Aixa Diaz Husband

Diaz has not disclosed any information about her marital status. Hence it’s not known if she is dating, engaged, or married. She has also not disclosed any information about her children. However, it’s not known whether she had any kids.

Aixa Diaz Education

Diaz joined North Carolina State University.  Where she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in communication. She later earned a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University.

Aixa Diaz Salary

Diaz receives a basic salary that ranges between $34,605 to $56,902. According to the KCRA-TV reporter’s salary.

Aixa Diaz Net Worth

Diaz’s estimated net worth ranges between $1 million- $ 5 million U.S dollars.

Personal Intrest

Diaz has a passion for travel. She has visited Europe, Australia, China, Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean, and much of the United States. She also loves spending time in the kitchen, experimenting with new recipes in her spare time.

Aixa Diaz Career

Diaz has covered in her career include the Virginia Tech massacre, and the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. She also covered the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.  And the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Diaz is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

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