Maria Molina Biography
Maria Molina works at the National Center for Atmospheric Research as an Advanced Study Program (ASP) postdoctoral fellow, Before she worked for the Fox News Channel, a U.S. television network, from 2010 to 2016 as an on-air meteorologist, she also worked in Detroit mainly on weekend newscasts at WJBK Fox2 as a part-time meteorologist.
Maria Molina Age
Maria Molina was born in Nicaragua on April 7, 1987, and was raised in South Florida. She is 32 years, as of 2021.
Maria Molina Height
Maria stands at a height of 5 f /1.52 m tall.
Maria Molina Education
Molina has a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology and minors in Mathematics and Communications which she got from Florida State University in 2008. Then she joined Florida State University and got University Honors Program and the Honors in the Major Program requirements. She then went to Columbia University in the City of New York and earned a Master of Arts degree in Climate and Society in 2005. From there she went to Central Michigan University where she pursued her degree and was also a graduate research assistant, she graduated on 3 May 2019.
Maria Molina Husband
Molina is a married woman to Reed Timmer a pro storm chaser, they tied the knot in December 2015. More information on the two love birds is still under research and will be updated soon.
Maria Molina Salary
Maria annually receives a salary ranging between $62,360 – $72,783. This is according to FOX News meteorologist salaries.
Maria Molina Net Worth
Marias estimated net worth is $2 million.
Maria Molina Career
Molina started her work in October 2010, for Fox News Channel, she played the role of providing weather updates on different Fox shows and appeared frequently on the FOX & Friends morning show, In September 2016, she made her last appearance on FOX & Friends, in 2012 she got credited for being the youngest meteorologist on cable. She also appeared on the Fox Sports Networks, Fox News Latino, Fox News Radio, and Fox Business Network. On September 6, 2016, she resigned from Fox News and went to pursue her Ph.D. at Central Michigan University.
She says that she is grateful for her opportunity to cover important weather happenings such as the Japan tsunami in 2011 and Superstorm Sandy, she is a Nicaraguan refugee who became a U.S. citizen.