Biography of Alysha Palumbo
Alysha Palumbo is a prominent American Emmy Award-winning journalist who has been working as a general assignment reporter at NBC 10 Boston and NECN since March 2009.
Alysha Palumbo Age
Alysha Palumbo likes to keep her personal life private, however, she has yet to share her birth year and month. She might be in her 30s though.
Alysha Palumbo Height
Palumbo stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Training Alysha Palumbo
She attended Sutton High School during her teenage years. Alysha later joined Syracuse University’s SI Newhouse School where she graduated with honors.
Alysha Palumbo Family
Alysha was born and raised in the United States by her loving parents Thomas and Kathleen Palumbo.
Spouse Alysha Palumbo
She is happily married to her handsome husband Chris Garvin. The couple is blessed with three children, Bryce, Rhett and Briella. The couple and children live in Sutton, Massachusetts.
Salary Alysha Palumbo
Alysha earns an annual salary of $44,578 per year. That’s according to the salaries of NBC 10 anchors and reporters.
Alysha Palumbo Net Worth
Palumbo has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million which she has earned as a journalist.
Alysha Palumbo Career
Alysha is a reporter who comes to NBC10Boston from WPRI-WNAC (CBS & FOX) in Providence, Rd. where she served as anchor/reporter.
Prior to joining WPRI, Palimbo served stations including: WIVB-WNLO (CBS & CW) in Buffalo, New York and WPBN (NBC) in Traverse City, Michigan as a reporter and anchor.
He has also covered major stories that hit the nation’s headlines, including the Newtown school shooting, the Boston Marathon bombings, countless blizzards in New England, and the Springfield tornado.
However, he has found himself in courtrooms with some of the most famous cases involving capital crimes, homicides and crimes of passion.
Some of these court cases include the death penalty retrial of Gary Lee Sampson, the trial of South Boston mob boss Whitey Bulger, as well as the Tsarnaev trial, for which he was awarded an Emmy Award. He is one of the few journalists who managed to get into those high-profile court hearings and meetings, which is why Palumbo is considered one of the most special journalists around. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children and dog Brady.