Steve Prinzivalli Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, WTOP, Family, Wife, Net Worth, and Salary

Steve Prinzivalli Biography

Steve Prinzivalli is an American Meteorologist working for WTOP News serving as a Freelance Meteorologist. He has been working for the station since March 2015 after working for WJLA-TV.

Steve Prinzivalli Age

Prinzivalli likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born, however, he might be in his 50s.

Steve Prinzivalli Height

Prinzivalli stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 8 inches.

Steve Prinzivalli Family

Prinzivalli has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Prinzivalli has any siblings

Steve Prinzivalli Wife

Prinzivalli is happily married and together they are blessed with two children Xavier and Luke. He has however not disclosed the name of his wife and his children. When he is not working, he spends time with his wife and children, goes to our Lady of Perpetual Catholic Church, eats organic food, tennis, and runs.

Steve Prinzivalli’s Net Worth

Prinzivalli has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million and $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a Meteorologist.

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Steve Prinzivalli Salary

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

Steve Prinzivalli Education

While in high school, Prinzivalli made commentary on the school cable TV station on baseball, football, and basketball games and also made the morning daily announcements for the school. Prinzivalli attended Penn State University in 1993 where he attained a bachelor of science in meteorology degree in 1997. He was also a member of the Campus Weather Service.

Steve Prinzivalli Career

Prinzivalli works for WTOP News serving as a Freelance Meteorologist since March 2015. His duties at WTOP involve analyzing and providing written, live, and recorded forecasts which helps in communicating National Weather Service watches. Additionally, he gives warnings, and advisories to the audience to help protect their lives and properties.

In addition to working for WTOP News, he also works at AEM as the Federal Program Manager and Meteorologist where he started working in January 2022. At AEM, his role involves supporting contracts with federal partners that include Edwards AFB, U.S. Navy, NIFC-BLM, SIO, NASA, NOAA-NWS, and NIST. By working with such clients on safety solutions via training, proactive communication, hosting meetings, and troubleshooting inquiries, he seeks to thrill the customer with the mutual goal of protecting lives and property.

Before joining WTOP, Steve worked for WJLA-TV as a Freelance Meteorologist from July 2008 to March 2015. Additionally, he worked for 12-15 hours a week producing written, live, and recorded weather forecasts. Steve also informed listeners on severe weather conditions, watches, warnings, and advisories on critical safety tips.

Before joining WJLA-TV, he served as an evening meteorologist for WIVT-TV from February 2006 to January 2008 where he produced and anchored 5:30 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm weathercasts. Steve also visited community groups and local schools to talk to them about weather safety, meteorology, and his career. Steve started his career from September 1997 to December 1998 at KSAS-TV as a FOX Meteorologist. He developed graphics and anchored the 10 pm weather forecasts he also provided severe weather coverage.

Steve Prinzivalli WHIO-TV Career

Prior to joining WIVT-TV, Steve worked as a Weekend Meteorologist at WHIO-TV from January 2003 to December 2005. In this station, he anchored morning, noon, and evening weathercasts on weekends. Steve would also fill in on weekdays and visit local schools, churches, and community groups to teach weather safety education.

Prinzivalli developed his love for weathercast when he was only 9 years old. He started studying the weather by reading books for example the Old Farmer’s Almanac, listening to meteorologists, and watching weathercasters. Steve made a basement studio where he practiced weather broadcasts with his father as his cameraman.

Steve Prinzivalli Earth Networks Career

Prinzivalli served as the Federal Program Manager and Meteorologist at Earth Networks from August 2014 to January 2022. Through the network’s sensor monitoring weather, lightning, and greenhouse gas, he ensured the neighborhood got precise weather conditions, forecasts, and advanced severe weather alerts. He also served as a liaison between internal and external customers in facilitating project objectives through timely updates, transparency, and coordinated communication.

Additionally, Steve worked as a general manager from August 2012 when rejoined Earth Networks to January 2022. He led the promotion of Catholic radio and The Guadalupe Radio Network to a potential audience through Archdiocesan and parish outreach. Steve was also emceeing fundraising events, relationship cultivation, solicitation of sponsorships, and distribution of material through a variety of methods. In addition to this, he produced and hosted the “Building The Kingdom” show. Prinzivalli also worked as an on-air host for the network-wide Share-a-Thon fundraisers and produced public service announcements. Additionally, he conducted on-air interviews and ensured that the public file was maintained per FCC regulations and that EAS reports were appropriately filed.

Steve Prinzivalli Earth Networks More Career

Steve worked for Earth Networks as an Associate Product Manager and a Meteorologist from February 2010 to August 2012. During this time, he helped manage a variety of products and programs in an agile product development environment. The programs included the National Mesonet Program, the “ENcast” forecast product suite, and outreach efforts to the research community. Steve also provided valuable content to the marketing and sales teams on the performance during severe weather events. Additionally, he helped coordinate, facilitate, manage, and fulfill the delivery of Earth Networks Total Lightning Data to the research community to promote 3rd party validation.

Steve worked as an Internet Broadcast Meteorologist for Earth Networks starting February 2008 to July 2010. He also produced and anchored national weathercasts for Verizon Wireless customers, iPods, iPhones, and company websites, Verizon Wireless customers, iPods, and iPhones. In addition to this, Steve built graphics for the consumer website and baked these into content on the website. He also produced and hosted “WeatherBuggin’ with Prinz.” and provided forecasts for Major League Baseball & National Football League.

Steve Prinzivalli WTOP

Prinzivalli is working at WTOP where he works alongside other famous WTOP meteorologists, anchors, and reporters including;

  1. John Aaron
  2. Shawn Anderson
  3. Michelle Basch
  4. Brennan Haselton
  5. Anne Kramer
  6. Dean Lane
  7. Mark Lewis
  8. Dimitri Sotis 
  9. Liz Anderson
  10. Ralph Fox 
  11. Heather Gustafson
  12. Jenny Glick
  13. Stephanie Gaines-Bryant
  14. Nick Iannelli
  15. Sarah Jacobs 

Steve Prinzivalli Social Media Platforms

He is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 249 followers on Twitter.

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