Lisa Washington is an anchor and news reporter presently working in Pennsylvania. Scranton, United States for WNEP-TV News as co-anchor of the evening newscasts. She served in Pittsburgh at KDKA-TV as an anchor.
And news reporter before Joining WNEP-TV News Channel. Washington for her work with WQED in Pittsburgh has won an Emmy Award. She served as narrator, moderator, and host while in Pittsburgh.
Washington served at different stations across the nation including WMC-TV in Memphis, Tennessee, and KPIX-TV in San Francisco
Washington was born in South Carolina in the United States. But no information concerning her age, date, day, and year of birth to the limelight.
She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Washington joined the University of Clark Atlanta in Atlanta for her further studies. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media Arts from the Georgetown campus later on.
Washington also attended the University of Georgetown in Washington, D.C, and received a Master’s degree in corporate communications additionally.
Washington is a secretive person when it comes to personal matters. Hence, no information regarding her father, mother, and siblings, despite being in a public eye.
Washington is married, although, she has not gone in public regarding her husband’s name.
Washington receives an annual salary of $200,000 – $500, 000 per year, according to WNEP – TV News Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
She has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Washington started her journalism career as an anchor. And news reporter at WNEP-TV. She came to Pittsburgh from KDKA-TV to serve. For WNEP-TV as the weekend morning anchor.
Washington was anchoring alongside Newswatch 16’s Scott Schaffer at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 10 p.m., and 11 p.m. . Her debut show broadcast was on Wednesday’s 6 p.m. Chuck Morgan WNEP general manager described Washington.
As a release issued by WNEP News. She experiences working in the news business and brings a great deal of knowledge. Washington is also passionate about making. And volunteering several in the community.
She has made stops in various cities around the country including WTTG. In Washington D.C., WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, WMC-TV. In Memphis, and San Francisco at KPIX-TV as a journalist and news reporter.
Amongst Washington’s career highlights so far is an interview with Rosia Parks civil rights activist.