Christie Diez Biography
Christie Diez (Full Name: Christie Ethridge Diez) is an eminent American journalist serving. As a weekend anchor and reporter for 11Alive, WXIA located in Atlanta currently. She creates content for the weekly series known as Behind the Headline also. Diez worked as an anchor and reporter for WRDW based in Augusta, Georgia prior to joining 11Alive.
Christie Diez Age
She was born in October 1989, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Diez is 33 years old as of 2022.
Christie Diez Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m ).
Christie Dietz Family
Dietz was born to loving and caring David Ethridge (father), and Kathy Hancock Ethridge (mother) in Atlanta, Georgia the United States of America. Her dad was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s in his mid-50s. Sadly, he died in December 2020 in 2013.
Christie Diez Husband
Dietz is merely married to her good-looking husband, Jorge Diez, a former TV journalist. The amazing duo met while they were both serving at WRDW-TV in Augusta. She and Jorge dated for six years prior to exchanging their wedding vows in December 2019.
Christie Diez Education
Diez graduated from Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. She enrolled at the University of Georgia where she graduated with a degree in digital and broadcast journalism in 2012 later.
Christie Diez Salary
Diez receives an annual salary of $96,500 annually, according to 11Alive anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Christie Diez Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Christie Diez Career
Currently, she serving as a weekend anchor and reporter for 11Alive, WXIA based in Atlanta. Diez creates content for the weekly series called Behind the Headline. She has indicated herself as a multimedia journalist who researches, writes, and edits her own stories in addition
Christie worked as an anchor and reporter for WRDW based in Augusta, Georgia prior to joining 11Alive. She reported on the interview of Gary player, field-anchored during the Masters at Augusta National. And also provided coverage for the last ride of Arnold Palmer’ to the First tee while working there.
Christie’s stories have received numerous awards such as Best Feature Reporting. Best Specialized Reporting, Best General Reporting, Best Sports Program, and Best Sports Feature throughout her career as a journalist. Shehas also interviewed Attorney General Chris Carr, and Ambassador Andrew Young the civil rights icon, and also garnered interviews with students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.