Sara Shouhayib Biography
Sara Shouhayib is a well-known American journalist who has been a morning news anchor for KBAK/KBFX in Bakersfield, California, since November 2018. She began her career as an Adjunct Faculty at Bakersfield College. She used her newsroom skills to teach a communications/journalism course to students at Bakersfield College in addition to working at Eyewitness News.
Sara Shouhayib Age
Sara Shouhayib was born in the United States in 1991 in Troy, Michigan. She is 30 years old.
Sara Shouhayib Height
Sara is of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Sara Shouhayib Family
She is the proud daughter of Lebanese immigrants, having been born and raised in Troy, Michigan. She recalls a hectic childhood in which she was active in a variety of activities. She inherited her father’s optimism and outlook on life. She is grateful for the friends she made there and for the family she was able to create, especially with her family in Michigan, where her parents and brothers live, and in Lebanon, where her sister and nephews live.
Sara Shouhayib Wife
Sara is married to Rawad Al-Awar, her spouse. The couple got engaged in November 2020 and married on October 30, 2021, in Huntington Beach, California. On May 5, 2018, the two met at a coffee stand at a Druze youth gathering in Chicago, IL (featured in photo). On December 30, 2018, her fiance Rawad began his first visit to Sara in California, where she taught him how to play beach volleyball.
Sara Shouhayib Education
Sara went to Troy High School. She later attended Michigan University and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in communications and Spanish. She enrolled at Northwestern University in 2015 and earned a master’s degree in journalism.
Sara Shouhayib Salary
Sara earns an annual salary of $61,743.
Sara Shouhayib Net Worth
Sara’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Sara Shouhayib Career
She is now the morning news anchor for Eyewitness News KBAK/KBFX in Bakersfield, California, and she enjoys every day of her job. Sara was also able to teach as an adjunct lecturer at Bakersfield College, where she taught a journalism course in the communications department for two semesters.
She spent two years as an MMJ/Breaking News Anchor at WTOL in Toledo, Ohio before moving to Bakersfield. She is happy to mention that she and her morning team won their first Emmy Award for the best morning show.
She joined WTOL in May 2016 after spending a year in both Chicago and Washington, D.C. pursuing her Master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, from which she graduated in December 2015.
She also reported on health and science for Medill News Service in both cities, where she honed her skills in print and broadcast reporting, video editing, and web and broadcast production. Her coverage on Capitol Hill was published in USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, UPI, The Miami Herald, CAN TV, and the Reverb.