Maritsa Georgiou Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth,
December 7, 2022
Maritsa Georgiou Biography
Maritsa Georgiou is an American journalist currently serving as a national correspondent for Newsy since joining in September 2021. Earlier, Maritsa worked at NBC Montana as an evening news anchor. Her coverage specialized in wildfire, political coverage, and special projects surrounding Montana’s addiction epidemic.
Maritsa Georgiou Age
Maritsa Georgiou was born on January 23, 1985, in Minneapolis, Missoula, in the United States of America. She is 37 years old and celebrates her birthday on January 23, every year.
Maritsa Georgiou Height
She is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approximately 1.6 meters).
Maritsa Georgiou Family
She is an American who was born and raised in Minneapolis, Missoula, to caring and supportive parents. Her grandpa worked as a TV meteorologist and his very first station was KECI in Missoula, which was then KMSO. Currently, she has not revealed any details about either her parents or if she has siblings.
Maritsa Georgiou Husband
Maritsa is cheerfully married to her loving and supportive husband Gunnar Hamilton. Gunnar is from Whitefish, Montana, and pursued a BA in Geography at the University of Montana. The duo lives in Missoula, Montana with their son called Hunter. Hunter became somewhat of an unofficial sidekick of the Montana Lady Griz Basketball during the summer of 2019 due to their incredible nannies.
Maritsa Georgiou Education
Georgiou obtained her high school diploma from Saint Louis Park High School in 2003. Afterward, she attended Montana University and in 2007, she graduated achieving her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Maritsa Georgiou Salary
She receives an annual salary of $73,728. This is according to Newsy anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Maritsa Georgiou’s Net Worth
Georgiou has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Maritsa Georgiou Career
She labors for Newsy as a national correspondent since Sep 2021. Earlier, Maritsa worked at NBC Montana as an evening news anchor. Her coverage specialized in wildfire, political coverage, and special projects surrounding Montana’s addiction epidemic.
She labored at NBC Montana as an evening anchor, where Maritsa started her professional broadcasting career in 2006 while still a junior at the Campus of Montana School of Journalism.
Lately, she has been working from home to offer answers to Montanans about the COVID-19 pandemic and its results on the Treasure State. Maritsa was rewarded the 2019 E.B. Craney award for TV Broadcaster of the Year by The Montana Broadcasters Association