Amy Gutierrez Biography
Amy Gutierrez also known as Amy G, is an American is an 8-time. Emmy-award winning producer, reporter and host and has covered the San Francisco Giants as a reporter.
Amy Gutierrez Age
Amy Gutierrez was bornon November 14, 1973. She is 48 years old as of 2021.
Amy Gutierrez Height
Gutierrez stands at a modarate height of 5 ft 6 in (approx. 1.67 m).
Amy Gutierrez Family
Gutierrez was born in San Mateo, California and raised in Petaluma, California. Although, she has not shared much about her parents and siblings.
Amy Gutierrez Husband
Gutierrez is happly married to sports journalist Paul Gutierrez. He is the Las Vegas Raiders Insider for Comcast SportsNet in San Francisco. Paul Gutierrez joined the network in 2010 and covers the Raiders for CSNBayArea.com and CSNCalifornia.com.They live in Petaluma and are parents of a son and daughter.
Amy Gutierrez Children
Gutierrez and Petaluma are parents of a son and daughter.
Amy Gutierrez Education
Gutierrez attended La Tercera Elementary School, Kenilworth Junior High and Casa Grande High School. She graduated from the University of California, Davis in 1995 with degrees in rhetoric and communications.
Amy Gutierrez Salary
She earns an annual salary of $82,970, according to San Francisco Giants anchors/reporters salary.
Amy Gutierrez Net Worth
Gutierrez earns an estimated net worth of $1.3 million US dollars.
Amy Gutierrez Career
Gutierrez first moved to Washington, D.C. before relocating to work as a television producer for Foxsports while living in Los Angeles after graduation. She filled in for a sick co-worker and appeared on air while there.
Gutierrez returned to the San Francisco Bay Area and worked as a basketball journalist, hosting her own television program.She became the sideline reporter for the NBC Sports Bay Area, for whom she covers the San Francisco Giants around 2009.
Gutierrez also contributes to G-Mag and has her own webcast called Amy G’s Giants Xclusive.She, who writes all her own stories, reports on the “emotional, nontechnical. Side of the game,” in order to attract both frequent and occasional game viewers.