Riley Wyant is a popular American journalist presently serving since October 2021 for NBC12 WWBT as a reporter and anchor. Before that, she served since April 2021 for NBC 29 as a weekend news anchor. In January 2020, she started serving at the station as a reporter. In addition, she also served for ESPN3 and ACC Network as a sideline reporter.
Riley Wyant Age
Riley Wyant was born in Clifton, Virginia, in the United States, on March 11, 1997, and she’s 25 years of age.
Riley Wyant Height
Wyant stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx. 1.75 m).
Riley Wyant Family
Riley was born and brought up by her loving and caring parents in Clifton, Virginia, in the United States. She has three awesome brothers with whom she was brought up together. She prefers a private life where she has not disclosed the names of her siblings and brothers.
Riley Wyant Husband
Riley prefers a private life where she has not revealed any information about her marital status hence it’s not known if she’s married, dating, single, or has any kids.
Riley Wyant Education
She joined Virginia Tech where she graduated with a Bachelor of arts in multimedia journalism with a major in Analytics a minor in Political Science and a major in Sports Media. She was a founding member of the Society for Professional Journalists, Women in Sports Media chapter at VT, The Contemporary Dance Ensemble, National Sports Media Association, 3304 Sports, Virginia Tech Television, Hokie Ambassadors, and Kappa Delta Sorority while at Tech.
Riley Wyant Salary
She receives an annual average salary of $78,500 and this is according to NBC12 WWBT anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Riley Wyant’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a reporter and anchor is the source of her wealth.
Riley Wyant Career
Since October 2021, she has been serving as a news anchor and reporter for NBC12 WWBT located in Richmond, Virginia. Before that, she served as an anchor and a reporter for NBC 29 located in Charlottesville, VA
She joined the station in January where she covered several BLM protests marching with live shots and also provided investigative reports. She is as well responsible for producing, editing, researching, writing, and shooting feature stories and hard news on a day-turn timeline.
In 2020, she won an Associated Press Award for Best Multimedia and Online journalism. In Best Light Feature, she was also a nominee there. Additionally, she also served for ESPN3 and ACC Network as a sideline reporter.