Maggie Vespa, Bio, Age, Height, , Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KGW

Maggie Vespa

Maggie Vespa Biography

Maggie Vespa is a well-known  American journalist currently serving at KGW-TV, an NBC affiliate based in Oregon as a reporter and fill-in anchor. Since officially joining the station in November 2014, She has been part of the News family.

Maggie Vespa Age

Maggie was born in Peoria, Illinois in the United States of America, on December 29, 1987. She is 33 years old and on December 29 each and every year celebrates her birthday.

Maggie Vespa Height

Vespa stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches (approx. 1.65 m ).

Maggie Vespa Family

Maggie was born and raised to her loving and caring parents in Peoria, Illinois in the United States of America.  Vespa holds American citizenship by birth. She has not disclosed any information about her early childhood. Therefore, her parents’ identity and whether she has any siblings remain a mystery at the moment. This part about her family is presently under research and shall be updated as soon as available.

Maggie Vespa Husband

She is very secretive when it comes to her personal life regarding her marital status. Therefore, her love life status remains a mystery to the media.  However, this part will be updated as soon as she discloses the required information to the public.

Maggie Vespa Education

Soon after graduating from a local high school,  Maggie decided to pursue her dream career and joined the University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign and later graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism.

Maggie Vespa Salary

Maggie receives an annual average salary of $89,630. This is in accordance with KGW anchors/reporters’ salaries

Maggie Vespa Net Worth

Vespa has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Maggie Vespa Career

She is an American journalist presently working as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KGW-TV based in Portland. She started her broadcasting career when she was offered a job invitation to work r at WEEK-TV, an NBC affiliate in her hometown Peoriaas as a reporter and weekend anchor.

At the stations, She mainly reported on issues affecting the community. Furthermore, Maggie worked at KGUN-TV as the general assignment reporter and 9 p.m. anchor. Throughout her career as a journalist, covering the thousands of undocumented migrant children that were rounded up by the United States Army was her most memorable story.