Natalie Faunce Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WDBJ

 

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Natalie Faunce Biography

Natalie Faunce is an American journalist who works for WDBJ as an anchor and producer of “Here @ Home,” which airs weekdays at 3 p.m. on WDBJ 7. In addition, she anchors WDBJ7 at 6 p.m. She joined the station in July 2022, having previously worked as a freelance marketing communications specialist.

Natalie Faunce Age

Faunce prefers to keep her personal life private, hence she has not yet divulged the year and month she was born. However, she could be in her 40s.

Natalie Faunce Height

Faunce stands approximately 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Natalie Faunce Education

Faunce enrolled at East Stroudsburg University in 1991, after finishing high school. In 1995, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication and Spanish.

Natalie Faunce Family

Faunce 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 Faunce has any siblings.

Natalie Faunce Husband

Faunce and Paul married in December 2003. On December 13, 2020, she tweeted a photo of them with the caption “Also….. Celebrating 17 years today 🥰.” She and Paul moved to Southwest Virginia in 2005 and were immediately drawn to the area’s abundance of outdoor activities and mountains. The couple has two children, Lydia and Evelyn.

Natalie Faunce Salary

Natalie Faunce Annual compensation for Faunce ranges from $40,000 to $ 110,500.

Natalie Faunce’s Net Worth

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

Natalie Faunce Career

Faunce works as an anchor and producer for WDBJ’s “Here @ Home,” which airs weekdays at 3 p.m. on WDBJ-7. In addition, she anchors WDBJ7 at 6 p.m. Her professional career began in Clarksburg, West Virginia, where she served as a reporter, weekend anchor, and producer. She subsequently spent several years as an anchor and reporter in several cities, including Johnson City, Tennessee, and Lincoln, Nebraska, before moving to the Roanoke area.

Throughout her career, she has covered numerous local and national breaking news stories, including the September 11th attacks and the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy. She enjoys reporting on entertaining and lighter issues; her favorite piece was a vacation series focusing on fun and interesting family destinations in Virginia. Three of those articles got her regional Emmys and other nominations.

Aside from reporting, she has experience in marketing, sales, and public relations. In this capacity, she supported VA811 (Virginia Utility Protection Service, Inc.) and Carter Machinery. She is involved in the community, volunteering at non-profit organizations and charitable events. She has also served on the boards of the Roanoke Children’s Theatre and the Council for Community Services.

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