Sierra Hignite Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WISH-TV
October 4, 2022
Sierra Hignite Biography
Sierra Hignite is an award-winning journalist nowadays working in Indianapolis, as a multimedia journalist and reporter at WISH-TV. Hignite has been part of the station’s family since she joined the station in Mar 2019.
Before WISH-TV, she served in Terre Haute for two years as a Multi-Media Journalist for the Nexstar Broadcasting Group. Sierra may be spotted hiking, traveling, or going out with her friends whenever she is not at the station.
Sierra Hignite Age
Sierra Hignite was born in Greenwood, Indiana in the United States of America, information about her date and year of birth remain unavailable. Nevertheless, she may be around 30 years old.
Sierra Hignite Height
She is a woman of average height. Sierra stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (approximately 1.65 m).
Sierra Hignite Family
Sierra was born and also brought in Greenwood, Indiana in the United States to her caring and devoted parents. She holds American citizenship and nationality by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity.
Sierra Hignite Husband
Hignite has kept her personal life private despite serving in the journalism industry. Thus, it is not known whether she is single, dating, married, or divorced. Nevertheless, rest assured to be updated as soon as we have the required details at our disposal.
Sierra Hignite Education
Sierra graduated from Greenwood High School in 2013 and thereupon pursued her childhood career at Indiana University. She registered at the institution in 2019 and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism four years thereafter.
Sierra Hignite Salary
Hignite receives an annual average salary of $96,927. This is according to WISH-TV anchors\reporters salaries.
Sierra Hignite’s Net Worth
Hignite has an estimated net worth of $1 million and $5 million US dollars.
Sierra Hignite Career
She officially started her career as a journalist in Aug 2013, when she was employed as a reporter for the Indiana University Student Television. Nevertheless, three months thereafter she was promoted to anchor.
She patiently served in that position for a year before she was also reassigned as the station’s News Director.
A year afterward she left Bloomington and migrated to Terre Haute, where she served for two years as a Multi-Media Journalist for the Nexstar Broadcasting Group. In March 2019, she quit the station and joined WISH-TV March 2019.
She still serves at the station as a multimedia journalist and reporter. Nevertheless, earlier she got hold of her journalism career Sierra served at both WTHR and Fox Television Stations as a news intern