Emily Schuitema Biography
Emily Schuitema is a popular American journalist presently working as a meteorologist for WOOD-TV in Michigan state. She joined the station’s weather team in April 2019. Before her current station, she served as a meteorologist in Wisconsin for two years.
Emily Schuitema Age
Emily Schuitema was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States of America. She is around 28 years old, although she has not shared details regarding her date and year of birth with the public.
Emily Schuitema Height
Emily is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.62 m.)
Emily Schuitema Family
Emily Schuitema was born under the care and support of her caring and devoted parents in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States of America. Nonetheless, Emily has not revealed more details with respect to her parents and siblings if she has any.
Emily Schuitema Education
She went to Grand Rapids Christian High School and graduated with a High School diploma. Later, she joined the University of Michigan where she attained her Bachelor of Science degree in climate and meteorology in 2017.
Emily Schuitema Husband
Despite being a prominent journalist, Emily has kept her private life off the public’s limelight. Therefore, Emily’s love life is not available, hence it is not known if she is married, dating, single, lesbian, or straight. This section is under review and we shall update it as soon as we get relevant information with regard to the matter at hand.
Emily Schuitema Salary
She receives an ample salary of $98,790 annually. This is according to WOOD-TV meteorologists’ salaries.
Emily Schuitema Net Worth
Emily Schuitema has accumulated her legally acquired wealth from her profession over the years and has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million – $5 Million.
Emily Schuitema Career
At the present moment, Emily works at Stantec as an environmental scientist since December 2021. Before, Emily served as a meteorologist at WOOD TV8 from April 2019 to May 2022. Also, she served as a weekday morning meteorologist at WSAW-TV for a year and eleven months.
Emily landed her first journalism job as a crew member at Big Ten Network where she served for three years and four months. She enrolled for her internship program at Mount Washington Observatory and WOOD TV8. Before her current station, she served as a meteorologist in Wisconsin for two years. In her free time, Emily likes going out to new restaurants with her friends and family, hiking, and traveling.