Joyce Garbaciak Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WISN
November 1, 2022
Joyce Garbaciak Biography
Joyce Garbaciak is a famous American journalist currently serving as an anchor and reporter at WISN-TV 12 News in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since joining in September 2006.
Garbaciak anchors Milwaukee’s WISN 12 News at 6 & 10 p.m. Initially, she served as a news reporter and anchor at WITI FOX6 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a period of 17 years.
Joyce Garbaciak Age
Joyce Garbaciak was born on July 9, 1962, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America. She is 60 years old and celebrates her birthday on July 9, every year.
Joyce Garbaciak Height
She is a woman of above-average height. Joyce stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approximately;y 1.7 m).
Joyce Garbaciak Family
Garbaciak was born and brought up to her loving and caring parents in Chicago, Illinois. She is the proud daughter of John Anthony Garbaciak and Irene Helen (Mroz) Garbaciak. Now, she has not mentioned any details regarding she has siblings.
Joyce Garbaciak Husband
She is married to her husband named Bernard John Bobber who works as a labor and employment attorney with both Foley and Lardner who arrived home. The two wedded on Apr 8th, 1998.
The duo has three daughters namely Caitlin Elizabeth Garbaciak-Bobber, Meredith Grace Garbaciak-Bobber, and Grace Carolyn Garbaciak- Bobber.
Joyce Garbaciak Education
Garbaciak gained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northwestern University’s prestigious Medill School of Journalism. She graduated with high honors and acquired an RCA/NBC Fellowship to complete her graduate studies.
Joyce Garbaciak Salary
Garbaciak receives an annual average salary of $79,521. This is according to WISN anchors\reporters salaries.
Joyce Garbaciak Net Worth
Garbaciak has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars.
Joyce Garbaciak Career
Garbaciak works as a co-anchor of WISN 12 News at 6:00 and 10:00. She has over 30 years in the Milwaukee television market, and during that time has had one-on-one interviews with President Bill Clinton, President Barack Obama, as well as New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan. In an investigative series, she reported that led to a change in Wisconsin law according to the posting of code violations at day-care centers.
She is a seven-time Chicago regional Emmy Award winner, and also a documentary on bullying that she hosted went on to win the national award with the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and Edward R. Murrow Award.
Joyce was placed into the Silver Circle in 2012 a lifetime achievement honor bestowed by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
She quit WITI-TV in early 2005, after 17 years as a primary news anchor and reporter. Joyce successfully anchored three daily newscasts such as the 10 p.m. report. Afterward, Joyce joined WISN in 2006 due to the position allowing her to serve part-time on fulfilling, meaningful projects and as well as still be more hands-on at home with her family.
Joyce remains active with her alma mater, serving on Northwestern’s Council of 100. It is an invitation-only alumnae organization committed to mentoring and supporting students’ transition from college to employment.
Earlier, coming to Milwaukee, she worked as a reporter and anchor in both Nashville and Wausau. Garbaciak has also served as visiting faculty at the Poynter Institute, a journalism think-tank in St. Petersburg, Fla.