Alison Bologna Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, WJAR-TV, Net Worth, and Salary

Alison Bologna Biography

Alison Bologna is an American Emmy Award-winning Anchor and Reporter working for WJAR – NBC 10 in Providence, Rhode Island as a weekday morning news anchor. Prior to joining the station in September 2010, she worked for Fox 25 Boston.

Alison Bologna Age

Bologna was born on December 15, 1975, in the United States. She is therefore 48 years old as of 2023. She celebrates her birthday on the 15th of December every year.

Alison Bologna Height

Bologna stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Alison Bologna Family

Bologna was raised alongside her sister, Jessica Bologna Gilman, who is married and has 2 kids, Sella and George. She often posts photos of her sister, niece, and nephew on her Instagram Page. She has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents.

Alison Bologna Husband / Children

Bologna is a married woman and her spouse is Dave Mongeau, a photographer and operations director at Shri Bark. The couple has no kids at the moment. However, they like calling their 2 dogs, Betty and Basil, their “children”. Bologna often posts her dogs and husband on her Instagram Page. During Bologna’s leisure time, she likes to teach yoga at her studio.

Alison Bologna Net Worth

Bologna has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as an Anchor and Reporter.

Alison Bologna
Alison Bologna

Alison Bologna Salary

Bologna earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Alison Bologna Education

Bologna is a proud 2015 alumnus of Harvard University, where she obtained a Master’s Degree in English Language and Literature. Also, she is an alumnus of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Journalism. Additionally, Bologna is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she attended from 1993 to 1997, and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism.

Alison Bologna Career

Bologna serves at WJAR – NBC 10 News as a weekday morning news anchor. This is Bologna’s second stint at the station – she worked at WJAR from October 2002 to July 2006 as a general assignment reporter. Before joining WJAR for the second time, she served at Fox 25 Boston in Massachusetts as a news anchor and reporter, appearing on “Dateline NBC”, for 4 years and 3 months (July 2006 – September 2010). Prior to joining WJAR for the first time, she worked for NBC News in New York as a TV Producer for 4 years and 2 months.

Bologna has covered many stories over the years of her career. She reported on events all over New England and gave live updates on important happenings, like the tragic Station nightclub fire and the passing of Senator Ted Kennedy. Some of her coverages even led to changes in state and local rules.

She says that her memorable stories include revealing too many kids in state juvenile detention centers, problems in sex offender lists, and a Vietnam veteran who claimed she got a medal she didn’t. When Alison reported this, President Bush made a law to remove the veteran’s name from a Rhode Island post office.

Alison Bologna Awards and Honors

Bologna holds many awards which she received for her incredible journalism work. Some of these awards include an Emmy Award, 2 Associated Press Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award, a Gracie Allen Award, 2 Clarion Awards, and an Investigative Reporters and Editors Award. She was also named among the “40 Under 40” pros in the Ocean State by the Providence Business News, for her anchoring and reporting work.

Sheldon Whitehouse (Senator) gave Bologna an award for assisting women and men who are getting better. Also, Peter Kilmartin (Attorney General) gave Bologna a justice award. It’s for people who do a lot for justice, enforcing the law, protecting consumers, helping the community, and looking after seniors and the environment.

Bologna has also received several community awards. The Women’s Center of Rhode Island recognized her with the Women of Excellence Community Award. She also holds the Entrepreneurial Woman to Watch Award from The Rhode Island Small Business Journal. Additionally, the Girl Scouts of Southern New England have honored Bologna with the Leading Women of Distinction Award, and The Pawtucket Foundation recognized her with the Person of the Year award.

Fans and individuals who read Rhode Island Monthly magazine chose Bologna as the best female reporter for 2 years in a row. Then, they picked her as the best female news anchor in the mornings every year since the year 2016.

Alison Bologna WJAR – NBC 10

Bologna is working at WJAR – NBC 10 where she works alongside other famous WJAR – NBC 10 meteorologists, anchors, and reporters including;

  1. Liz Bateson
  2. Jason Doris
  3. Leanna Faulk
  4. Christina Erne
  5. RJ Heim
  6. Mario Hilario
  7. Dan Jaehnig
  8. Anthony Macari
  9. Nicole Menner
  10. Barbara Morse

Alison Bologna Volunteer Work

Bologna likes giving back to the community as a volunteer when she is not at work. She has been serving at Shri Studio, Service Corps & Bark as a Social Entrepreneur and Executive Director since April 2010. Bologna has also been serving as a board member at the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket since January 2014.

Bologna has served at Old Slater Mill Association as a board member for 7 years and 4 months (January 2013 – April 2020). She has also served at The Providence Center as a board member for 6 years and 1 month (January 2012 – January 2018).

She started a non-profit group that offers free yoga programs to help adults with developmental disabilities, kids in schools, veterans, people in prisons, and those in shelters, as well as women and men recovering from problems.

Alison Bologna Social Media Platforms

She is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. She has over 3.1K followers on Instagram.

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