Michaela Romero Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WTOC

Michaela Romero
Michaela Romero

Michaela Romero  Biography

Michaela Romero, an American journalist, has been working for WTOC as a lifestyle multimedia journalist since December 2022. She has previously worked as a studio host for the Sun Belt Conference. She formerly worked as a multimedia content producer for WGNO ABC26.

Michaela Romero  Age

Romero was born on January 13, 1998, in the United States. She is 26 years old in 2024. She celebrates her birthday on January 13th. On January 13, 2024, she uploaded herself on Instagram with the message “26🎂.”

Michaela Romero  Height

Michaela Romero Romero’s height is approximately 5 feet and 6 inches.

Michaela Romero  Education

Romero enrolled in New Mexico State University in 2016 after finishing her high school education. In 2020, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism with majors in Advertising and Marketing.

Michaela Romero  Family

Romero 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 Romero has any siblings.

Michaela Romero Husband

Romero has a relationship with Matt Nieto. On November 7, 2023, she uploaded a photo of them on her Instagram account with the comment “Love adventures with you 💙.” She spends her free time working out, trying new restaurants, and going to festivals.

Michaela Romero  Salary

Michaela Romero Romero’s annual income ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Michaela Romero’s Net Worth

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

Michaela Romero   Career

WTOC employs Romero as a lifestyle multimedia journalist. She has spent the last year and a half as a digital content reporter and producer for WGNO in New Orleans. She covered Mardi Gras and Hurricane Ida while also highlighting local businesses, bands, and events in the city.

While in New Orleans, she also worked as a freelance host for the Sun Belt Conference. In this capacity, she broadcasted SBC Basketball for both men and women and provided weekly football previews. She spent a year as a sports anchor and news multimedia journalist with KGNS News in Laredo before moving to New Orleans.

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