Faith Abubey Biography and Wiki
Faith Abubey is a beautiful Nigerian-American Emmy award-winning investigative reporter for ABC News. She is also a 2020 recipient of the Knight TV Data Fellowship award from the Investigative Reporter and Editors, Inc.
Faith Abubey Age
Faith is 35 years old as of 2021, She was born on January 23rd, 1986 in Ghana, West Africa. Ms. Abubey celebrates her birthday on the 23rd of January every year.
Faith Abubey Height
Faith stands at an average height of 5 feet and 6 inches (1.67m) with a moderate weight.
Faith Abubey Parents and Family
Faith was brought up in the USA, She has not disclosed any information on her family, parents, and siblings.
Faith Abubey Nationality Nigerian
Faith is an American-born Nigerian thus holding Nigerian-American nationality.
Faith attended Syracuse University and completed a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. There, she got knowledge of Social work, which boosted her abilities as a volunteer for local organizations. Later, she received her master’s degree in Science and Journalism from Columbia University.
Faith Abubey Husband and Wedding
Faith is not married at the moment, however, she sometimes talks about her television partner and husband on social media. For instance, back on 6 April 2014, Faith tweeted expressing her love for her TV husband.
Also on 26 June 2018, she wished her television partner Ed Matthews on his birthday. But since Faith has never talked about her actual love life, it is unsure if the black beauty is happily married now or still enjoying her life as a single woman.
Faith Abubey Salary
Faith receives an annual salary of $75,000 from her career as a news journalist for ABC News.
Faith Abubey Net Worth
Abubey is believed to have an estimated net worth of $350,00 as of 2021 from her successful career as a news journalist for ABC News.
Faith Abubey 11Alive Wikipedia
Before coming to 11Allive, she worked as an academy fellow in The Hartford Courant for more than a year until August 2004. Moving forward with her career, Faith served as a production assistant for Citrus-TV for nearly a year. Then, she was offered a job at NBC 30-WVIT as Emma Bowen Fellow.
During her five years in the Greensboro market, she covered some of the biggest news stories including several presidential campaigns stops by President Donald Trump, Mitt Romney, and First Lady Michelle Obama as she campaigned for then-President Barack Obama.
After working in the company for three years, Faith joined WSYR-WSPX as a co-producer and served the channel for two and a half years. In addition to this, she also made a guest appearance on the WNEZ-Radio and later began her work at KTHV as a Multimedia Journalist.
Faith worked there for nearly three years and joined the TEGNA network in January 2012. Since then, she has been serving the network as an investigative reporter like Malia Zimmerman and makes an average salary of 62K dollars.
Beyond the Greensboro market, Faith was also part of a select group of journalists who TEGNA dispatched to cover the Ferguson protests in Missouri. The energetic reporter enjoys the art of storytelling and holding the powerful accountable.
Some of her stories have led to lawmakers reviewing loopholes in state law. The North Carolina Attorney General’s office also began a court case into a subject in one of her investigative pieces. Several of her stories, including one about a homeless honor student, moved a community to rally behind those less fortunate.