Victoria Gill Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth BBC News

Victoria Gill
Victoria Gill

Victoria Gill Biography

Victoria Gill works in Manchester, England for BBC News as a science correspondent since January 2018. Before, she worked for BBC News. a science reporter.

Gill graduated from the University of Edinburgh and earned a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience also earned a Master of Science in Science Communication from the University of the West of England.

Victoria Gill Age

Gill was born in 1980, she is 41 years old. Her exact birthday isn’t known but will be updated soon.

Victoria Gill Height

Gill hasn’t disclosed information on her height but will update this information as soon as available.

Victoria Gill Education

Gill graduated from the University of Edinburgh and earned a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience also earned a Master of Science in Science Communication from the University of the West of England.

Victoria Gill Parents

Gill has managed to keep her life away from the public and because of this, no information concerning her parents and siblings is known will be updated this soon.

Victoria Gill Husband

Gill is a married woman to Charlie. They reside in  Lancashire. More details on this will be updated soon.

Victoria Gill  Salary

Gill receives an annual salary of $ 4,00,000.This is according to BBC News correspondent salaries.

Victoria Gill Net Worth

Gill has an estimated $ 9 Million.

Victoria Gill  Career

Gill works for BBC News as a Global Science correspondent, she got this title in 2018. According to BBC, her role includes “explaining and reporting on stories such as attempts to detect gravitational waves, wildlife conservation, the Rosetta mission to track a comet and developments around global warming and climate change.”

In 2017, she won an AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Gold Award because of her radio documentary The Whale Menopause, also she presented and wrote in 2019, the BBC Our World’s In the Shadow of Chernobyl documentary.

Before she worked for the BBC as a science reporter she covered up different stories like environmental stories, technology, and Science since 2009, she played this role. For “exceptional science communication”, from the Duke of Edinburgh, she received the British Trust for Ornithology’s (BTO) prestigious Dilys Breese Medal in 2014.She Brith by Nationality.