Fox 5 DC, a Washington, D.C. based news network, announced and welcomed Jeannette Reyes as their newest member in Oct 2020. Before Fox 5, she had already made a name for herself working on several stations.
Scroll down, as this Jeannette Reyes wiki unfolds details on Fox 5 DC’s newest addition.
Jeannette Reyes Age, Birthday, Zodiac Sign
Jeannette Alexander Reyes celebrates her birthday every year on 15 August. This naturally made her a Leo as per her zodiac sign.
Moreover, Jeannette Reyes allegedly turned 30 years of age in 2020, making 1980 her birth year.
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Jeannette Reyes Wiki — Parents, Siblings, Nationality
Jeannette Reyes was born to her anonymous father and her mother Milagros Baez Reyes. Reportedly her father passed away in 2011 circa, Milagros worked in the REnew Investors Group. She is a CFO at Kings Investors & Association.
Talking about Jeannette’s at least two siblings, her older sister, and a brother whose identity remains a mystery. But as the news reporter stated on her social media, her sister is married. As a proud aunt, she shares pictures of herself spending time with her 11 nieces and nephews.
All of Jeannette Reyes’s family hailed from the Dominican Republic. However, she was raised along with her siblings in providence, Rhode Island.
Height, Weight, Measurements
Jeannette Reyes is undeniably an African-American beauty at the finest. If she wasn’t a TV reporter, with her beauty, she might’ve got into modeling as a career.
Jeannette Reyes stands tall at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 meters). Likewise, she weighed 54 kilograms (119 lbs), as recorded in the public domain.
Social Media Reach: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter
Along with the thriving career as a TV reporter, Jeannette saw a huge rise in the number of followers on her social media account. Her verified Instagram account totaled 61.6k followers at the time of this writing.
Likewise, Jeannette’s Twitter account gathered 22.9k followers. Whereas, 18,649 followed her on her Facebook page.
Jeannette Reyes Salary, Net Worth, Education
For Jeannette Reyes and her family, the news was an important medium to know about her family back home in the Dominican Republic. She has plenty of family members even though her parents immigrated to the states for a better life.
Jeannette grew up watching Univision, the Spanish-language network. But somewhere in between, Jeannette fond for journalism grew exponentially.
After completing high school, Jeannette joined Kent State University in 2008. And in 2012, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Immediately after graduation, Jeannette joined KATV in July of 2012 while pursuing a career in journalism. In the station, she worked as a reporter.
After that, in 2014, she joined WJLA-TV. Like in KATV, she also worked in the station in the same position. However, Jannette left her job at WJLA-TV up until 2016.
As it turned out, Jeannette backed down from the station to take a new job at WPVI-TV 6abc. She started her job there starting from June of 2016 and was working in the same as of the time of penning this wiki.
During her time working as a TV reporter, Jeannette Reyes earned a salary of nearly $45,000 annually. By the time she joined Fox 5 DC, she stacked a total net worth of $300 thousand.
Jeannette Reyes Husband, Wedding, Children
Jeannette Reyes always stood in a vague position while unwrapping information about her love life. She tied the knot with her husband, Robert Burton, in a beautiful wedding back on 20 August 2016.
But even after 4 years of being married, Jeannette never revealed all of the details that existed about her married life. However, the TV reporter did hint here and there that she met her husband met each other at work.
Since Robert worked as a reporter for ABC7, the married couple shared a common interest as a media personality. But as of this writing, the pair didn’t seem to have any children of their own.
And the way it appears, we might not be hearing the good news any time soon, but fingers crossed.
Last modified: November 2, 2020