Since November 2014, Sera has been a fill-in anchor, reporter, and television personality for WCVB/ABC 5. She spent over eleven years at WBZ News as a general assignment reporter and stand-in anchor. She anchored the prestigious 6 and 11 PM newscasts at WCAX-TV in Burlington, Vermont, before her time in Boston.
Sera Congi Biography, Wiki, Age, Nationality
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Sera Congi Height, Weight
Her precise height and weight are unknown at this time. We currently don’t have any other information on her physical characteristics or anybody measures, but we will update this page as soon as we hear from her or another trustworthy source.
Sera Congi Family, Parents, Siblings
She has made every effort to keep her family’s private lives out of the public eye. We currently don’t know her parents’ location or whether she had siblings growing up, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do.
Sera Congi Husband, Married, Divorced
She has made an effort—and been successful—in avoiding social media and the spotlight with her dating status. Whether she is married or in a relationship is unknown to the general public.
Sera Congi Son, Kids, Daughter
She may already have children, but we do not yet know; we will let you know as soon as we do.
Sera Congi Education
She attended Baruch College, City University of New York, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in English.
Sera Congi Career, WCVB/ABC 5
As a Desk Assistant for the northeast Bureau in New York City and the newsmagazine program Eye to Eye with Connie Chung, Sara began her career at CBS News.
For 20 years, Sera has covered the news in New England. She spent over eleven years as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at WBZ News before joining the WCVB team in November 2014. Sera has worked on some of the greatest stories in the Boston region, including the Market Basket Standoff, the Whitey Bulger Trial, the Watertown Manhunt, and the Marathon Bombings. She also covered multiple Presidential primaries in New Hampshire as well as the killings in Newtown, Connecticut.
Sera appeared on ABC News 20/20’s “Can Words Kill?” segment, which explored in-depth the contentious Massachusetts texting suicide case. Sera’s comprehensive coverage and viewpoint on the Michelle Carter trial were featured in the national broadcast.
Prior to her time in Boston, she anchored the prestigious 6 and 11 PM newscasts at Vermont’s WCAX-TV in Burlington. She received multiple honors for her work as the news team’s medical reporter, particularly for her investigation of “Burlington’s Big Dig,” a hospital corruption scam. She won an Edward R. Murrow award for her work on Vermont Governor Howard Dean’s presidential campaign.
Sera Congi Net Worth, Salary
Her estimated yearly income is between $ 43,668 and $ 150,443, and her estimated net worth is between $ 1 million and $ 5 million. More information regarding her riches, possessions, homes, automobiles, private aircraft, villas, and many other things is still unknown but will be added shortly.
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