Sara Maslar-Donar Biography
Sara Maslar-Donar is a well-known television journalist who currently works for WKOW 27 News as a news reporter. Donar joined the 27 News staff as a reporter in June 2019 and writes for the weekday morning program Wake Up Wisconsin.
Sara Maslar-Donar Age
Sara’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.
Sara Maslar-Donar Birthday
Sara has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.
Sara Maslar-Donar Height
Maslar-Donar stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Sara Maslar-Donar Parents
Sara was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family nor her siblings at the moment.
Sara Maslar-Donar Education
Sara got her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Missouri.
Sara Maslar-Donar Husband
Sara’s love life and marital status are not known to the public at the moment. She has not disclosed any information on her husband or if she is dating anyone at the moment.
Sara Maslar-Donar Salary
According to WKOW anchor salary, Sara receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Sara Maslar-Donar Net Worth
Sara’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Sara Maslar-Donar Career
Maslar-Donar joined the 27 News staff as a reporter in June 2019. She now hosts the Wake-Up Wisconsin Weekend morning show on Saturdays and Sundays and writes on the Wake-Up Wisconsin weekday morning show. She comes from the ABC station in Columbia, Missouri, where she worked as a reporter and anchor for four years.
Sara decided she wanted to be a journalist because she was a child growing up in suburban Chicago. She liked meeting new people and enjoyed writing. She spent her high school years covering for the newspaper and sometimes shadowing for the Fox affiliate in Chicago.
Sara earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri and is one of the most patriotic Tigers you’ll ever meet (MIZ!) She has won several Missouri Broadcasters Association awards for her market and economic growth reporting, as well as Missouri Bar Association awards for legal journalism.
During her four years at ABC 17, she covered big news such as Gov. Eric Greitens’ controversy and impeachment, the 2015 riots at the University of Missouri, and the destructive tornado that tore through Missouri’s capitol. She has spearheaded a collection of stories looking at a possible hotel levy in Columbia.