Gina Mangieri Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, KHON2
March 13, 2023
Gina Mangieri Biography
Gina Mangieri has been working at KHON2 as an investigative reporter since her inception in 2oo4. She has reported several news such as the harsh condition of fishermen in Hawaii’s longliner fleet. She has worked in London, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York as a reporter and editor in print. She graduated with a master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University.
During her leisure time, she loves playing music with musical instruments, playing soccer, practicing kickboxing practicing Taekwondo, and playing soccer with her husband and their two sons.
Gina Mangieri Age
Mangieri was born in the United States of America. She is about 43 years old. Details concerning her date and place of birth are currently unknown but will be updated as soon as they are available.
Gina Mangieri Height
She has an average height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.71 m).
Gina Mangieri Family
She was born and raised in America however details concerning her parents are highly confidential and not open to the public however they will be updated as soon as they are disclosed.
Gina Mangieri Husband
Mangieri is happily married to her husband Doug Ewalt and they are endowed with two sons Rowen and Cole. They live together in Hawaii.
Gina Mangieri Education
She enrolled at Northwestern University after graduating with her high school diploma and attained her master’s degree in Journalism after pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.
Gina Mangieri Salary
She has an average salary of $76,650 annually this is according to KHON2 Investigative reporter’s salary
Gina Mangieri’s Net Worth
Gina has an estimated net worth of about $875,876 with her job as an investigative reporter being the primary source of her wealth.
Gina Mangieri Career
Since 2004 she has been working at KHON2 in Honolulu, Hawaii as an investigative reporter. She investigated and reported on the unfair practices of the laborers in Hawaii’s longliner fleet and also the mistreatment of fishermen. Before moving to Hawaii in 1999 she had worked in Washington, D.C., Chicago, New York, and London as a reporter and editor in print.
Gina’s mother was an investigative newspaper reporter in New York and she(Gina) attributes her journalism career to her. Together with her husband Doug, they founded the PBN. They had also planned to build an early childhood academic school to be called Cole Academy that would hold 100 children. It was to be located in Oahu.