Alicia Booth Bio, Age, Wiki, Nationality, WJXT4 News, Weight, Twitter, Husband, Salary

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Alicia Booth Biography | Wikipedia

Who is Alicia Booth?

American journalist Alicia Booth works as a news anchor and reporter for WJXT4 News. She spent eight years working in Charlotte’s slum areas while also serving on the executive board of the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club and as the organization’s ambassador.

Age | Birthday

How old is Alicia Booth?

Alicia was born to her parents in the United States of America. She has not shared the exact date, month, and year she was born. Information is currently under review.

Alicia Booth Nationality | Ethnicity

Booth holds American nationality and citizenship. She is of white ethnicity and heritage. She was born in the United States of America.

Alicia Booth Family | Parents

Alicia has remained silent when it comes to matters concerning her family. She was born in the United States of America to her parents. Nevertheless, she has not shared her parents’ names and occupations with the public.

It is also not clear if she has siblings or not. More details regarding this section are currently under review. You will be updated once the information is clear.

Height | Weight | Body Measurements

How tall is Alicia Booth?

She is a woman of typical height. Booth is 5 feet 4 inches tall (approx. 1.62m.) She also manages to maintain an average body weight.

More information regarding her other body measurements is currently under review. You will be updated once the information is clear.

Alicia Booth’s Net Worth

She has been employed in the journalism sector as a news reporter and anchor. There is no doubt that she has successfully accumulated her justly gained money throughout the years. Their typical net worth of Lauren is $860,490.


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Is Alicia Booth married? 

Yes, Alicia is happily married to the love of her life and her husband. However, she has not mentioned her husband’s name. It is also not clear if the couple has children together.

More information regarding this section is currently under review. You will be updated once information is confirmed from our reliable source.

Alicia Booth Salary

At WJXT-TV, she is presently a morning news anchor and a consumer investigative reporter. There is no question that she is given a respectable sum of money as a result. The typical yearly wage for Alicia is $78,930.

Alicia Booth Instagram

Alicia has 1453 Followers on Instagram.

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Alicia Booth  Channel 4 News | News4Jax | WJXT

Alicia enjoys television news for its emphasis on storytelling, and she is excited to join the News4Jax team. “I’m proud to be a part of Channel 4 since it is made up of industrious, compassionate individuals who are dedicated to the community they serve,” says Alicia.

She is a seasoned anchor/reporter who has covered several beats across the nation and chronicled the tales of thousands of individuals.

Alicia’s career began in Monterey, California, where she focused on military reporting. Her concentration in Charlotte, North Carolina, was the police beat. She worked as a medical reporter in Cleveland, Ohio.

Alicia has expertise reporting on the first Gulf War and has traveled to Saudi Arabia and other countries with support units from the 7th Army Division at Fort Ord.

Alicia was just 50 yards away when the bomb went off in Centennial Olympic Park as she was hosting her station’s coverage of the Atlanta Olympics. She was also one of the first reporters in the nation to break the news of the bombing on national television.

Alicia’s Emmy-winning tales, which inspired an outpouring of kindness for a Kent, Ohio family experiencing a string of medical setbacks, are probably what she is most proud of. During a challenging moment, the reports improved their lives.

Alicia has led numerous awareness campaigns on problems like breast cancer, women’s heart disease, and leukemia at her various stations.

She worked as a volunteer for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for eight years in Charlotte’s inner city. She also served on the board of the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club. She has volunteered for United Cerebral Palsy and Meals on Wheels in her own time. To spend more time with her little kid and husband, Alicia works a part-time job at WJXT.


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Suzanne Malveaux – Anchor

Angela Hutti – Meteorologist

Roland Martin – Commentator

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