Jessica Aguirre Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Husband, KNTV, Net Worth, and Salary

Jessica Aguirre Biography

Jessica Aguirre is an American Emmy Award-winning Anchor and Reporter working for KNTV – NBC Bay Area in San Jose, California as a weekday evening news anchor. Prior to joining the station in June 2007, she worked for KGO-TV.

Jessica Aguirre Age

Aguirre was born on June 25, 1963, in Aventura, Florida, United States. She is therefore 60 years old as of 2023. She celebrates her birthday on the 25th of June every year.

Jessica Aguirre Height

Aguirre stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 4 inches.

Jessica Aguirre Family

Aguirre was born to her immigrant parents, whose names are unknown. She is a 1st generation Cuban-American and she was brought up in Florida. Aguirre is a bilingual speaker, fluently speaking English and Spanish. There is no information regarding whether Aguirre has any siblings or not.

Jessica Aguirre Husband / Children

Aguirre is a married woman, and her spouse is Jay Huyler. The couple takes great pride in being dad and mom to their 2 daughters, whose names are under review. The family resides happily in East Bay.

Jessica Aguirre Net Worth

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

Jessica Aguirre
Jessica Aguirre

Jessica Aguirre Salary

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

Jessica Aguirre Career and Education

Aguirre is a proud alumnus of the University of Miami in Coral Gables and Miami Coral Park in Florida. She serves at KNTV – NBC Bay Area as a weekday evening news anchor, appearing on the 5 PM, 6 PM, and 11 PM newscasts. She also hosts “Race in America: The Conversation” and the Emmy-nominated show “NBC Class Action”.

Over the years with KNTV, Aguirre reported on many stories and received several awards. She got an Emmy Award for her touching series about an East Bay transgender teenager’s emotional experience and her wish to keep her ability to have kids before changing her gender. She also won another Emmy Award for reporting on the dangerous Napa County and Sonoma wildfires, and for reporting on the “Ghostship” warehouse fire in Oakland live.

Aguirre started her broadcasting career at Univision, a Spanish-language network, while she was still in college. Before joining KNTV, she worked as an anchor and reporter at KGO-TV Channel 7 in San Francisco, California. Before that, she was a reporter and anchor at KABC-TV in Los Angeles, California. During her time at KABC, she won Emmys for her investigations into child molesters and for her series about the challenges faced by migrant kids. She also received an Associated Press award for her series on the difficulties faced by people trying to escape from Cuba by boat.

Aguirre’s love for TV news has made her travel to various countries such as England and Cuba. Over the years of her career, she has reported on many stories such as the Oklahoma City bombing, Hurricane Andrew, Miami’s race riots, and the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks from ground zero. Aguirre went to cover the summer Olympic Games in Brazil live from the ground. She has also got to interview various Bay Area athletes, discussing political and security matters that face the Olympic and Rio tourists.

In San Jose, California, Aguirre has been concentrating on stories about laws and events that affect kids. She’s done investigations to reveal problems with Jessica’s law and has looked at the problems with public schools. Her show “Class Action,” which got nominated for an Emmy, has covered the challenges that teachers and public schools face in California. Aguirre’s investigations into what happened after the Napa earthquake and how it affected local schools even led to Assemblyman Bill Dodd introducing a law about school safety. Aguirre was honored by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and became part of their Silver Circle because she’s been really good at TV journalism for 25 years.

Jessica Aguirre Volunteer Work

Aguirre is really committed to learning and helping kids and local charities. She often gives talks in the Bay Area about education, fairness for all genders, and helping minorities do better at work. Aguirre is also on the board of Watermark, the biggest group in the Bay Area that’s all about getting more women into leadership roles.

She has also been working a lot with groups that want to make sure more people can read and that Latino students do well in school, like The Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley. You’ll often see Jessica at events in the East Bay, where she uses her voice to support different local causes.

Jessica Aguirre KNTV – NBC Bay Area

Aguirre is working at KNTV where she works alongside other famous KNTV meteorologists, anchors, and reporters including;

  1. Raj Mathai
  2. Janelle Wang
  3. Laura Garcia
  4. Marcus Washington
  5. Vianey Arana
  6. Audrey Asistio
  7. Gia Vang
  8. Terry McSweeney
  9. Scott Budman
  10. Ginger Conejero Saab
  11. Ian Cull

Jessica Aguirre Plastic Surgery

Aguirre once appeared on her newscasts with quite a noticeably different look on her face. She appeared to have bigger lips than before, and her nose also looked different. It was evident and clear that she underwent a face procedure and most especially lip-filler and nose job. However, Aguirre has never talked about this matter to the public, but there will be an update as soon as she mentions anything about her new face look.

Jessica Aguirre 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 2K followers on Instagram.

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