Sharon Tazewell Bio, Age, Husband, WNCN, Salary, Net worth

Sharon Tazewell Profile

Sharon Tazewell is a news anchor who is of multiple ethnicities and has won awards for her work. Over the course of more than 16 years, she has worked as a news anchor and reporter. In Raleigh, North Carolina (DMA #24), she anchored the evening newscasts on WNCN at 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 o’clock. When she joined the evening squad in 2015, viewership skyrocketed to an astonishing 75% more than the previous year. She formerly served as the anchor for the morning newscasts on WNCN. Your newsroom will be catapulted to the next level because of Sharon’s powerful anchoring and leadership talents in the newsroom. On March 1, 2018, Sharon walked out of the station.

Sharon Tazewell
Sharon Tazewell

Sharon Tazewell Age

Tazewell was born on 1st September 1974, in Antigua, United States of America. She is 49 years old.

Sharon Tazewell Education

Kent State University awarded Sharon a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, with a focus on Broadcast News.

Sharon Tazewell Family

Sharon was raised in the public glare since she was brought up in Antigua as the daughter of a politician and minister father and a Trinidadian mother. Sharon was born in Antigua. Her upbringing in four different nations and exposure to a large number of other cultures, as well as political upheaval, sparked her natural curiosity at an early age. Sharon devours and is intensely interested in both national and international news.

Sharon Tazewell Nationality

Evening Newscast Hosted by Sharon, Winner of Multiple Awards Both the anchor and the actress had their beginnings on the island of Antigua, which is located in the West Indies. She holds citizenship in the United States of America, Canada, Antigua, and Trinidad & Tobago.

Sharon Tazewell Husband | Married

Sharon is a happily married woman.  She got married to Thomas on July 14, 2001.

What Is Sharon Tazewell Doing Now

Sharon has announced on Twitter that she is looking for a position as a reporter or anchor at a network or a television station located in one of the top 10 markets in the country and that she will be available on March 5, 2018. (In the 2017 Nielsen DMA rankings, the Raleigh-Durham metropolitan area is ranked as the 24th largest market.) Antigua and Barbuda announced Sharon’s appointment as Deputy Director of News and Current Affairs at ABS in a post on the organization’s Facebook page on September 16, 2018.

Kent State University awarded Sharon a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, with a focus on Broadcast News. Sharon, who was born on the Caribbean island of Antigua, has worked in the field of full-time news reporting and anchoring for more than 16 years. Her most recent job was with WNCN CBS in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she was an evening news anchor. Sharon can be learned about by tuning in to Antigua and Barbuda.

Sharon Tazewell WNCN

Sharon has covered a diverse spectrum of breaking news and feature topics ever since she started working at WNCN. Sharon was the first reporter to have an interview with the fathers of the three Muslim students who had been slain in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, by their next-door neighbor. Throughout the course of the FBI inquiry, she kept their stories updated.

She was the anchor for extensive coverage of protestors in Durham, North Carolina after a Confederate monument was toppled during the campaign against HB2. Sharon also anchored prolonged coverage of hurricanes and was present from the time a teenager in North Carolina learned he had a heart donor to the time he was discharged from the hospital with his new heart.

She has worked as a reporter for the Tony Awards Red Carpet, as an interviewer for Ellen on her talk show, as a guest on The Talk and Extra, and as an actress on The Young and the Restless. She showcased children who had been granted wishes through Make-A-Wish and gathered thousands of dollars and millions of airline miles to help a boy whose face had been ripped off by a dog.

Since Nexstar acquired the station in January 2017, there has been a significant level of staff turnover; nevertheless, in the most recent few months, WNCN has added roles, including that of weekday morning anchor Taniya Wright and meteorologists Paul Heggen and Erin Clanahan.

Sharon Tazewell Leaving WNCN

On the first of March in 2018, Sharon departed from the station. Ed Trauschke, director of news at WNCN, wrote an email to the team informing them of Sharon’s decision to leave. The email was sent to The News & Observer and they received it. In the note, Trauschke described some of the work that Sharon had done when she was employed at WNCN. “Over the course of her 12.5 years at this station, Sharon has reported on some of the most significant events to occur in the state of North Carolina… Her work as an anchor and reporter on recent events such as the killings of students at Chapel Hill, Hurricane Matthew, and the current protests against Confederate statues played a vital part in our coverage of these significant news issues.

In 2005, when Sharon started working at WNCN for the first time, she was both a reporter and an anchor for the morning news. Sharon had previously worked as the evening news anchor for WCTV and WTLH in Tallahassee before joining WNCN. In addition to that, she has been a contributor to the CBS News show “Eye to Eye with Connie Chung.”

In 2014, she began her role as a weekday evening anchor at WNCN, working alongside Sean Maroney to co-host the newscasts that aired at 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 o’clock. Her colleague Maroney made the announcement of his leaving on January 24, 2018, and the 14th of February is scheduled to be his last day at WNCN. Maroney is now serving in the capacity of Major Gifts Officer for the Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Wake County.

Sharon Tazewell New Job

The ABS News – Nation’s Station has appointed her to the position of Deputy Director of News and Current Affairs. The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda entrusted her with the responsibility of directing the ABS newsroom and supervising the content of the day-to-day newscasts. Carry out the aim of being the first and best on-air, online, and on mobile devices, and execute it successfully. Despite the pressure, you should be able to manage personnel effectively and have outstanding leadership abilities. Exhibit great organizing skills, not only verbally but also in writing. Maintain editorial control over the stories that the reporters produce.

Manage the editors and videographers in order to guarantee a high-quality finished product before it is broadcast. Prepare for and carry out the coverage of important events. Set shifts for staff in the newsroom. Anchor and report on breaking news as well as stories with a high profile. Constant engagement with viewers through various forms of social media. Participant in a team, a mentor, and someone who can multitask. My objective is to come out on top and take first place across all fronts.

Sharon Tazewell Net Worth

Her estimated net worth ranges between $500k – $1 million.