Alison Montoya is a renowned American journalist. Nowadays Alison is serving as a reporter and anchor at FOX 19 News. Before that, she served as a maker, columnist, anchor, and manager in Jackson, Tennessee at WBBJ-TV.
When she is not at the station working she loves spending time with her handsome husband, two stunning daughters, and a dog named Lil, playing tennis, and hitting the links.
Alison Montoya Age
Alison Montoya was born in Cincinnati, United States of America, and she is about 30-35 years of age from her looks though she has not disclosed her year and date of birth.
Alison Montoya Height
Montoya stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches ( Approximately 1.70m ).
Alison Montoya Family
She was born in Cincinnati, in the USA but her supportive and hardworking parents brought her up in Kentucky. Alison has not revealed any details concerning her siblings and parents due to her secretive nature therefore this info will be updated as soon as the beautiful journalist does.
Alison Montoya Husband
She is happily married to her handsome and adorable husband Jimmy. Alison and her husband Jimmy exchanged their vows in Covington on June 15, 2014, on Madison Avenue at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption. The adorable duo is blessed with two gorgeous daughters and also owns a pet dog called Lil.
Alison Montoya Education
She schooled at a local high school and thereafter she enrolled at the University of Kentucky where she attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Alison Montoya Salary
Alison receives an annual salary of $89,418 and this is according to FOX 19 News reporters’/ anchors’ salaries.
Alison Montoya’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as a reporter and anchor at FOX 19 News is the primary source of her income.
Alison Montoya Career
In October 2017 is when Alison came to the FOX19 NOW team where she served as a reporter. Also, she works at FOX19 NOW on Saturday as the evening anchor at 10 where she reports significant stories and problems in the communities we live in including the Polar Vortex, presidential campaigns, the historic flooding of the Ohio River, tornadoes, and Sper Bowl XLVI in Indy.
Before that, she worked in Jackson, Tennesse at WBBJ-TV as a producer, columnist, editor, reporter, and anchor. From 2008 to 2014 Alison served at WLWT-V, channel 5 as a traffic reporter, anchor, and reporter.