Tanya Eiserer Biography
Tanya Eiserer is an American five-time Emmy-award-winning media personality serving as an investigative reporter at WFAA in Dallas, Texas. She was born in 1974, in Gulf Coast, Texas, in the United States of America. Previously, she was a news reporter for 17 years.
Tanya Eiserer Age
Tanya is 48 years old as of 2022, she was born in 1974, in Gulf Coast, United States of America.
Tanya Eiserer Height
Tanya stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.62 m) tall.
Tanya Eiserer Education
From the year 1986 to 1990, Tanya went to Texas City High School. Tanya also graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 1995. While in Houston, she took part in The Daily Cougar (college newspaper).
Tanya Eiserer Parents
Tanya was born and grew up in the Gulf Coast, Texas City and she is the oldest of four. Growing up Tanya wanted to be a lawyer. However, she got bit by the journalism bug in high school and the rest is history.
Tanya Eiserer Husband
Tanya is a happily married woman to her husband whose identity is unknown. The couple has been blessed with a son named Aidan, who is 10 year old, and together they live in Arlington. Aidan celebrates his birthday on January 6, every year.
Tanya Eiserer Salary
Tanya receives a salary ranges from $24,292 to $72,507 per year.
Tanya Eiserer Net Worth
Tanya has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million dollars. This includes her assets, money, and income. She accumulates a huge amount of her wealth from her successful career as a investigative reporter at WFAA in Dallas, Texas.
Tanya Eiserer WFAA
Tanya is an investigative reporter at WFAA in Dallas, TX, specializing in investigative journalism. She became a member of the WFAA investigative team in 2018. She is also a five-time Emmy-award winner.
In 2019, Tanya won an Emmy for continuing coverage for her reporting on Amber Guyger, the former Dallas police officer who says she shot a man in his own home because she thought it was hers.
She was the first to obtain a copy of the 911 recording Guyger made in the moments after she shot Botham Jean. Tanya also won an Emmy award in 2019 for her “Jailed to Death” series, which led lawmakers to change how jailers are trained.
Tanya was honored with the Charles E. Green Award for Excellence in Journalism by The Headliners Foundation for coverage of the Atmos gas explosion that claimed the life of a little girl. Tanya also has previously won an Emmy for her story that uncovered lapses in security at a local Army reserve base and for her story about a rape victim’s quest for justice.
In 2018, Tanya won a regional Murrow for her story about “family secret.” Tanya also traveled to San Quentin to meet her cousin who had spent almost two decades in prison for murder. Prior to joining WFAA in 2014, Tanya spent 17 years as a newspaper reporter.
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