Juliet Dragos Biography
Juliet Dragos is an illustrious American journalist presently working as a weeknight anchor for WZZM-TV, 13 On Your Side stationed in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Juliet joined the station’s news family back in 1991 and anchors the station’s evening newscasts at 5, 6, as well as 11 p.m.
Furthermore, she also works for WZZM 13’s “Friends for Life” campaign as a spokesperson, which nurtures monthly breast self-exams for the early discovery of breast cancer. Juliet was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame in Western Pennsylvania at her high school in 2009.
Juliet Dragos Age
She was born on 24th August 1962 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States. She is 59 years old.
Juliet Dragos Height
Juliet is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Juliet Dragos Family
Juliet Dragos was born to her supportive and devoted parents in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Nevertheless, Juliet has not divulged any information with reference to her parents and siblings hence it’s hard to verify if she is an only child or has siblings.
Juliet Dragos Education
She attended Point Park University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and Communication.
Juliet Dragos Husband
She is gladly married to her nice-looking and caring husband named Phil Dawson. He is a former Multimedia journalist at WZZM TV and currently works for PhilDawsontv as a Radio and Television Multimedia journalist. The duo currently stays in the Rockford area.
Juliet Dragos Salary
She receives an ample salary of $105,112 annually. This is according to WZZM 13 anchors’ salaries.
Juliet Dragos Net Worth
Juliet Dragos has been able to accumulate a decent fortune over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.
Juliet Dragos Career
Juliet has been serving at WZZM 13 News in Grand Rapids as a weeknight anchor since joining in April 1991. Currently, she anchors WZZM 13 News’ evening newscasts at 5 p.m, 6 p.m, as well as 11 p.m. Furthermore, she also works for WZZM 13’s “Friends for Life” campaign as a spokesperson, which nurtures monthly breast self-exams for the early discovery of breast cancer.
Julian has a passion for Special Olympics Michigan and has been on the Board of Directors a half a decade. Currently, she is serving as a Board Chair. Prior to that, Juliet also worked as the emcee for the State Summer Games in Mt Pleasant for more than two decades. Moreover, Juliet also volunteers at Special Olympics Michigan events all over the state. She also participates in community activities and events like Catholic Charities West Michigan, Ronald McDonald House of Western Michigan, American Cancer Society’s “Relay For Life,” and the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.
She was honored with several awards such as the “Outstanding Media Award” twice from Special Olympics Michigan, the “Professionalism Award” from American Women in Radio and Television as well as the “Local Hero Award” from Grand Rapids Komen for the Cure.