Alicia Smith is a famous American anchor who currently works as the weekday co-anchor of WXYZ/7 Action News This Morning. She broadcasts the news from 4:30 a.m. -7:00 a.m. Smith became part of WXYZ in Jan 2007. Smith’s function at first was to work as the channel’s anchor, reporter, and multi-media journalist.
Further, she is a cheerleader of Channel 7’s #earlyrisers on Twitter and even Facebook. She has won Emmy Awards 3 times. Smith has also been acknowledged for her excellence in anchoring and reporting.
Alicia Smith Age
Alicia Smith was born on May 24, 1988, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. She is 34 years of age.
Alicia Smith Height
Smith is a woman of average stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approximately 1.65 meters).
Alicia Smith Family
Smith was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the United States of America to her father David T. Smith Jr. (A Chemical Engineer), and her mother Barbara (A teacher by profession). Nevertheless, there is no information about Alicia’s siblings.
Alicia Smith Husband
She is wedded to her husband Erik Karell. The duo tied the knot on Oct 11, 2015, in St. Simons Island. She is a co-owner of MacMichigan.
Alicia Smith Education
She graduated from Glynn Academy at Brunswick. Smith owns a bachelor’s degree in journalism and broadcast news from the University of Georgia. She was named the UGA Alumni Society’s Senior Female of the Year at Athens in 1993.
Alicia Smith Salary
Smith receives an annual salary of $71,475. This is according to channel 7 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Alicia Smith’s Net Worth
Smith has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Alicia Smith Career
Smith is the weekday co-anchor of Channel 7 Action News “This Morning” show that airs from 4:30 a.m. -7:00 a.m. Alicia began serving for WXYZ in Jan 2007 as an anchor, reporter, and multi-media journalist.
Smith owns an Emmy award for her anchoring and perfect reporting. She also won an Emmy award for Best On-Air Talent from the Michigan Chapter which is a National Academy for Television Arts and Sciences.
Additionally, she has gained two Emmy Awards for her excellent reporting. In Mar 2007, she disclosed a prostitution rehabilitation program on the streets of Wayne County. The other award was because of her eye-opening special report that covers societal concerns.
While still serving at WWMT in Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, she produced a special series that featured two missing Michigan kids’ cold cases. This service won her another Emmy Award for reporting on the case.