Maggie Wade Bio,Height, Family, Husband, Salary,WLBT FOX40

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Maggie Wade Biography

Maggie Wade (Magnolia Wade) is an American journalist who works for WLBT FOX40 as a news co-anchor at 5, 6, and 10 p.m., presenting stories about education and children’s issues. Since joining the station, she has had a variety of positions, including weekend weather anchor, news reporter, coordinator, and producer of children’s programming.

Maggie Wade Age

Wade prefers to keep her personal life private, thus she has not yet divulged the year and month she was born. Details about when she celebrates her birthday are not available and will be updated as soon as they emerge. However, it is pressumed she could be in her 50s.

Maggie Wade Height

Wade has an approximate height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Maggie Wade Education

Wade enrolled at Jackson State University after finishing her education at Hinds County Public Schools and Utica High School. However, she switched to Mississippi College as a sophomore to pursue a career in corporate law. She discovered her talent for radio while working at the school radio station, WHJT-FM. WJDX-MISS 103 eventually employed her as a marketing researcher, radio broadcaster, and weekend news anchor. As a senior in college, she worked at WLBT.

Maggie Wade Family

88 members of Wade’s family have attended Jackson State University.Despite this, she has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, therefore she has not divulged anything about her parents.It is also unclear whether Wade has any siblings.

Maggie Wade Husband

Wade got married to Nathaniel Andre Dixon on February 16, 1991. On February 16, she shared a photo of their wedding invitation. Nathaniel is a United States Navy veteran.Wade and Nathaniel are blessed with a grandchild and two children.

Maggie Wade Salary

Wade’s annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $120,500.

Maggie Wade’s Net Salary

Wade has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million, which she earned as a writer.

Maggie Wade Career

Wade is a news co-anchor for WLBT FOX40 at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m., where she broadcasts stories on education and children’s issues. She began her career with WLBT as a senior in college and has since worked in a variety of roles, including weekend weather anchor, news reporter, coordinator, and producer of children’s programming. In 1997, she represented Mississippi at the Presidential Summit and served as an Olympic torchbearer.

Wade has appeared in two movies, including Ghosts of Mississippi. She spent five days on the set of Time to Kill, but the majority of her screenplay was cut. In October 2000, she and other journalists traveled to Spain to offer special coverage on the “Majesty of Spain” exhibition. After Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, she was invited to guest host the Montell Williams Show in New York City. For nearly 14 years, she was an adjunct professor at Belhaven University.


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