Alicia Booth Sprecher Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary,News4JAX

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Alicia Booth Sprecher Biography 

Alicia Booth Sprecher is an American journalist who has been a part-time anchor and reporter for News4JAX since January 2013. She previously worked for WEWS in Cleveland, Ohio, as an anchor and medical reporter for nine years.

Alicia Booth Sprecher Age

Booth prefers to keep her personal life private, hence she has not yet published her birth year or month. Details as to when she celebrates her birthday are not available. Most probably she could be in her 50’s.

Alicia Booth Sprecher Height

Booth stands approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Alicia Booth Sprecher Education

Booth enrolled at the University of Southern California after completing her high school degree. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism, International Relations, Defense, and Strategic Studies.

Alicia Booth Sprecher Family

Booth has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, thus she has not revealed any details about her parents. It is also unclear whether Booth has any siblings.

Alicia Booth Sprecher’s Husband

Booth is married. The couple has a daughter. She works part-time for WJXT to spend more time with her children and spouse. Despite this, she has managed to keep further information about her husband and daughter hidden from the public, which we will update if it becomes accessible.

Alicia Booth Sprecher’s Salary

Booth’s annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $120,000.

Alicia Booth Sprecher’s Net Worth

Booth’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through her work as a Journalist.

Alicia Booth Sprecher Career

Booth is a part-time anchor and reporter at News4JAX. She likes television because it allows her to be at the center of the tale. For example, she covered the first Gulf War and traveled to Saudi Arabia and abroad with support teams from Fort Ord’s 7th Infantry Division.

She was only 50 yards away when the Centennial Olympic Park bomb went off while she was covering the Olympics in Atlanta. She was also one of the first journalists to report on the bombing. She is most proud of her Emmy-winning articles, which sparked a surge of goodwill for a Kent, Ohio family who faced a series of medical setbacks.

Throughout her career, she has shared many people’s stories and worked across the country, broadcasting numerous beats. She began her career in Monterey, California, with KION. She focused on military reporting while there. During her stint at WCNC in Charlotte, she covered the police beat and worked as a medical reporter in Cleveland. She has conducted numerous awareness programs concerning women’s heart illness, breast cancer, and leukemia at various stations.

She spent eight years volunteering in Charlotte’s inner city. She also worked at the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club. She has worked as a spokesman for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. During her spare time, she volunteered for United Cerebral Palsy and Meals.

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