Toya Washington Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth WISN

Toya Washington
Toya Washington

Toya Washington Biography

Toya Washington works in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since December 2002, as a news anchor and reporter at WISN-TV 12 News, he also co-anchor the 5 p.m. newscast. Previously, She worked as a co-anchor and reporter for 12 News This Morning and also the top-rated 6 p.m. newscast.

Toya Washington Age

Toya was born in North London, England on August 3, 1984. As of 2021, she is 37 years old.

Toya Washington Height

Toya is 5 ft 6 in/ 1.65 m tall.

Toya Washington Family

Toya grew up in a Nigerian family, Kitty Murphy her grandmother guided her. However, more details on this have not been shared out but will be updated soon.

Toya Washington Husband

Toya is a married woman to Brian. They have two kids. More details on this will be updated soon.

Toya Washington Children

They have two daughters named Alivia and Maya. More information will be updated soon.

Toya Washington Education

Toya earned a BA in broadcast journalism and women’s studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Toya Washington Salary

Toya’s receives an annual salary of  $68,521.This is according to WISN salaries to reporters.

Toya Washington Net Worth

Toya’s estimated net worth is $751,773.

Toya Washington Career

Toya joined WISN 12 News in December 2002 and works as a co-anchor of the 5 p.m. newscast, at first she reported and co-anchored the show that airs weekdays from 5 to 7 a.m.“12 News This Morning,” and also co-anchored the top-rated 6 p.m. newscast, Toya’s coverage includes interviews with well-known people, like the ladies on ABC’s “The View,” Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson, former Secretary of Health & Human Resources and, Sen. Herb Kohl, as well as News Anchor Walter Cronkite and coverage of the 2004 presidential campaign.

She has risen over the broadcast journalism ranks swiftly. Prior to joining WISN-TV, She worked in Madison, Wis at WISC-TV, the CBS affiliate for six years, as a weekend news anchor and reporter. After taking part in a unique career enrichment program in Minneapolis, at WCCO-TV one of the nation’s top-ranking CBS affiliates, it influenced her career choice in journalism early on.

The NAACP Waukesha Branch had a Freedom Fund Reception, in November 2003, where she became the emcee and Oprah Winfrey was the keynote speaker.  Winfrey commented about Toya during dinner, noting she was “a person who was going places.”

While working in Madison, she was involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and also has been a lively member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).