This is what you need to know aboutJaime Cerreta, an American Emmy Award-Winning news anchor, journalist, and reporter. She works for KPHO, CBS, and KTVK 3TV. Cerreta also anchors 3TV’s Good Morning Arizona on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Jaime Cerreta Age
Cerreta was born in 1977 in Phoenix, the United States of America. She is 43 years old as of 2020. Details about her date of birth is not known. Information about her date of birth will be updated as soon as it’s available.
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Jaime Cerreta Family-Parents-Siblings
Cerreta was born to a businessman in a business family. In 1968, Her grandfather started the Cerreta Candy Company, which is well known for making amazing French Mint Truffles among others. Her father worked there for 45 years. Many of her aunts, uncles, and cousins are still making candy at the Glendale-based factory which is located in Glendale, Arizona.
Apparently, she shares an incredible bond with her parents and sibling. Cerreta has a sister named Molly Anne Smith who lives and works in the Valley as a writer. In addition, she has a sister in law of a Competitive Pit Master who launched his personal range of sauces and rubs called “Loot ‘N’ Booty BBQ”.
Jaime Cerreta Husband
Cerreta likes to keep her personal life from the public eye, information about her dating life is not available. It is therefore not known whether she is married or has any children. Information about her love life and children will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jaime Cerreta Salary
Cerreta receives an annual salary of $77500.This is according to the 3TV anchor’s salary.
Jaime Cerreta Net Worth
Cerreta an estimated net worth of $100l-$1millon U.S Dollars. Her career as an anchor is the primary source of her income.
Jaime Cerreta Education
Cerreta joined the Chaparral High School. She then attended Arizona State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism.
Jaime Cerreta Career
Cerreta became inspired to become a journalist as a result of keeping up with the Channel One News on a regular basis when still in high school. She spent over ten years working as a photographer, journalist, reporter, news anchor, and producer. She has worked in different states in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Springfield, and Joplin, Missouri, and Beaumont, Texas.
Cerreta’s career highlights have been focused mainly on covering natural disasters which made her anchoring for long hours without the use of a script or teleprompter. Cerreta also worked in Oklahoma City covered tornadoes that devastated the area and spent 12 hours reporting from the news station.