Diana Gutierrez WISN, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Nationality, Husband, WBND-TV, Salary and Net Worth
May 5, 2021
Diana Gutierrez Biography
Diana Gutierrez is an American news reporter who currently works for WISN 12. Gutiérrez will join ‘WISN 12 News This Morning’ and ‘WISN 12 News at 11 a.m.’ in early January 2021.
Diana Gutierrez Age
Diana’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.
Diana Gutierrez Birhday
Diana has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.
Diana Gutierrez Height
Gutierrez stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Diana Gutierrez Parents
Gutiérrez is a Mexican-American Chicago native who was born to immigrant parents and speaks fluent Spanish. She has not, however, revealed any detail about her relatives or brothers at this time.
Diana Gutierrez Husband
Diana’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.
Diana Gutierrez Salary
According to WISN 12 anchor salary, Diana receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Diana Gutierrez Net Worth
Diana’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Diana Gutierrez Career
On weekdays, Gutiérrez will co-anchor the top-rated ‘WISN 12 News at 11 a.m.’ with Eden Checkol (Nielsen November 2020 LIVE+SD M-F Program Avg. P25-54 Rating). Gutiérrez worked as a news anchor for WCIU-weekday TV’s morning program “The Jam” in Chicago before joining WISN 12.
She has previously served as a general assignment reporter and weekend morning anchor for WBND-TV in South Bend, Indiana, an ABC affiliate television station.
Throughout her journalistic career, she has reported a wide range of topics, including breaking news, immigration reform, extreme weather, and cultural events. Gutiérrez is a Mexican-American Chicago native who was born to immigrant parents and speaks fluent Spanish.
She became interested in journalism after studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, and exploring the value of diverse cultures, near societies, and personal stories – all of which influence her approach to critical local coverage.
Gutiérrez serves as vice president of the Chicago branch of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ), an organization devoted to the acknowledgment and educational development of Hispanics in the journalism business.