Stacey Baca Biography
Stacey Baca is an American Anchor/ reporter currently working at ABC 7 News team as a news anchor. She reports the weekend news on ABC 7 News Saturday and Sunday mornings alongside Mark Rivera. Prior to joining ABC 7 News, she was a news anchor at KNSD in San Diego. She has been working at ABC 7 Chicago since joining the station in June 2002.
Stacey Baca Age
Baca is 46 years old as of 2021. She was born on 18th January 1975 in Brighton, Colorado, the United States. She celebrates her birthday on January 18th every year.
Stacey Baca Height
Baca stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m) tall.
Stacey Baca Family
Baca has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Stacey has any siblings.
Stacey Baca Husband
Stacey is married to a retired naval aviator. The couple tied the knot on January 28, 1997, and together the couple has been blessed with three children. Although she has not yet disclosed the identity of her husband, she cites that he influenced her to cover and report military news.
Stacey Baca Net Worth
Baca has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a reporter.
Stacey Baca Salary
Baca earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Stacey Baca Education
Baca completed her high school education in Brighton, Colorado where she was raised. She later attended the University of Colorado Boulder in 1987 and graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Journalism in 1991. Baca worked for Brighton Standard Blue while at the university.
Stacey Baca Career
She delivers the Number One rated weekend morning newscasts: ABC 7 News Sunday Mornings and Saturday. Baca is a versatile anchor who covers a huge range of stories: breaking news, education, crime, feature stories, and politics among others. She contributes to the afternoon newscasts and is frequently covered on ABC 7 News at 10.
Before joining ABC 7 News, she reported and anchored at KNSD in San Diego (1999-2002). She covered everything from the military, crime, politics, and courts, to international border issues between the United States and Mexico in California. She as well-traveled overseas to cover the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Prior to California, she worked in Norfolk, Virginia-home of the country’s largest Navy base- reporting and anchoring the Saturday and Sunday morning newscasts at WTKR-TV (1996-1998).
His journalism career did not start on television; it began with newspapers. In her hometown of Colorado, Brighton, She worked for the Brighton Standard Blade while she was attending the University of Colorado at Boulder.
After graduating, The Denver Post hired Baca as a staff writer (1992-1996). She reported the stories about the local militia movements and explained how HIV/AIDS became more affecting in the Latino community.
Baca has earned many awards and recognition from the Associated Press and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) throughout her career. She is as well a member of NATAS and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Stacey Baca Leaving ABC 7 Chicago
On the 1st of May 2022, Baca announced that she would be leaving the ABC 7 Chicago team after having worked at the station for twenty years. She stated that her last day at ABC 7 Chicago will be on June 26, 2022. In addition, she cited that she would be leaving to go and spend more time with her husband Todd Gilchrist who is a retired naval aviator.
Stacey Baca ABC7 Chicago
Baca is currently working at ABC7 Chicago where she works alongside other famous ABC7 Chicago anchors and reporters including;
- Rob Elgas
- Alan Krashesky
- Stacey Sager
- David Novarro
- Val Warner
- Paul Meincke
- Diane Pathieu
- Eric Horng
- John Garcia
- Michelle Gallardo