Sandra Shaw is an American news journalist serving as a meteorologist for WPBF in West Palm Beach. Sandra reports on weekday mornings from 4.30 a.m to 7.00 a.m.
Sandra Shaw Age
Sandra has not disclosed her exact age to the public, however, she is believed to be around 29-36 years old as of 2022.
Sandra Shaw Birthday
Shaw has not disclosed any information on her birthday or her date of birth.
Sandra Shaw Height
Sandra stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Sandra Shaw Family
Sandra was born and brought up in the USA by her parents, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family or her siblings at the moment.
Sandra Shaw Education
Ms. Shaw is a graduate of the University of Mississippi where she earned her journalism degree.
Sandra Shaw Husband
Sandra is happily married to her husband Dimitri who is an American businessman. In their marriage, Sandra and Dimitri have been blessed with one child a daughter born in 2013.
Sandra Shaw Daughter
Sandra’s daughter was born in the year 2013. She announced that she was pregnant with her daughter on February 14, 2013, on live TV.
Sandra Shaw Salary
As a WPBF meteorologist, Sandra receives a handsome annual salary of $112, 000 from her career.
Sandra Shaw’s Net Worth
Sandra’s net worth is approximated to be hanging between $100,000-$500,000 as of 2021.
When Sandra is not working, she’s a runner, tennis player, beachgoer, avid reader, and writer. In fact, she’s currently working on a series of short stories.
Sandra Shaw Career
Sandra serves as a meteorologist for WPBF News, She has been in the journalism business for more than two decades now. She has an extensive weather and news background, from covering numerous hurricanes, including Katrina, Matthew, and Irma.
Ms. Shaw joined WPBF 25 after WBAL in Baltimore, where she focused on weather and live features ranging from swimming with the sharks and NFL training camp with the Baltimore Ravens to hosting Triple Crown coverage of The Preakness.
In the field, Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath convinced Shaw to get her Meteorology degree. Since then, she’s refined her weather chops, traveling to cover severe weather from snow to thunderstorms, with a special emphasis on hurricanes.
She got her journalism degree from the University of Mississippi, where she also ran track and cross country. She’s worked in several TV markets including Raleigh, N.C., and Mobile, Ala. She loves South Florida and is active in her church and a variety of charitable causes.