Whitney Wild Biography
Whitney Wild is an American journalist currently working as a law enforcement correspondent located in Washington, DC. She reports on law enforcement agencies including the Secret Service and Capitol Police. Previously, Whitney worked for CNN Newsource as a correspondent.
Whitney Wild Age
Whitney Wild was born on 21st January 1988, in Michigan, United States of America. She is 34 years old.
Whitney Wild Height
Whitney is a woman of medium height and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.6m).
Whitney Wild Family
Whitney Wild was born and brought up in Michigan and likes to keep her private life personal. Nevertheless, She has not shared any details in regard to her parents and siblings.
Whitney Wild Education
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Michigan. Additionally, Whitney attended Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism where she graduated with a Master of Science degree in Journalism in December 2011.
Whitney Wild Husband
Whitney is happily married to a handsome husband whose name is not identified. Whitney and her husband are blessed with three kids. On 15th October 2016, the pair welcomed their firstborn beautiful daughter called Audrey. On 18th December 2018, Whitney gave birth to their second child called Philip. On 15th September 2020, they welcomed their third child known as Paul Steven.
Whitney Wild Salary
She pockets a satisfactory salary of $113,467 per year.
Whitney Wild Net Worth
Whitney Wild has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2.4 million.
Whitney Wild Career
After leaving WUSA 9, she went to work for CNN Newsource. At WUSA 9, Whitney was part of the investigative team. She attained a National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter Emmy Award for her reporting. Whitney had covered rental practices that were affecting federally subsidized housing voucher holders as well as discriminatory property advertising.
Prior to joining WUSA 9, she was serving in Denver as an anchor and reporter for 9NEWS. While there, Whitney broke dozens of stories that obtained her Heartland Chapter Emmy Award. Previously, she worked for CNN Newsource in Washington, D.C as a national correspondent. Whitney’s role is to present digital content and live reports for CNN Newsource. In June 2013, she was honored by Chesapeake Associated Press for superb TV Multimedia Journalism for a compilation of day-turn news.
She debuted her journalism career as a multimedia journalist at WJLA-ABC 7 News/NewsChannel 8 based in Washington, D.C. She worked after graduating with a master’s degree in Journalism from Medill. Her reports were featured on NewsChannel 8, ABC 7 News, the political series Capital Insider, the sports show Capital Golf Weekly, and others. While serving in Washington, her reporting helped the arrest of a sex predator child by the U.S. Marshals.