Malika Dudley Biography and Wiki
Malika Dudley is a well-known American news reporter working as a meteorologist for KITV 4 News. She was also a weather reporter for KGMB9 News before coming to KITV4 Island News.
Malika Dudley’s Age and Birthday
Malika was born in Hilo, Hawaii in the year 1983, She is 39 years old as of 2022, and her birthday and zodiac sign are still unclear to the public.
Malika Dudley Height
Malika stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (125 Pounds).
Malika Dudley Education
She earned a Master’s Degree in Communicology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She also holds a meteorology certification from Mississippi State University.
Malika Dudley Family
Savannah grew up in Papa’ikou, Hawaii, she has not revealed any information on her family or her parents. She was raised alongside her sister Emily Dudley. She is the oldest among her three siblings.
Malika Dudley Husband | Is She Married?
Malika is married to Kaimi Judd. Dudley and her spouse have two gorgeous children from their marriage. Jackson was born in October 2012, while Waipuna arrived in 2015.
Malika Dudley’s Salary and Net Worth
Malika probably receives around $119,000-$124,000 as a news reporter, she also has a net worth of over $1 million- $2 million as of 2023 from her successful career. The average salary of a news journalist in the United States ranges from around $36,000-$90,000.
Malika Dudley KITV 4 News
She began her broadcasting career with KGMB9 in 2007. Malika works as a meteorologist for KITV4 Island News’ weekend Good Morning Hawaii newscasts in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Malika received two Emmy Awards for excellence in weather reporting as a member of the Hawaii News Now weather team. She also got the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award for her coverage of the 2011 Hawaii tsunami disaster.
In 2019, she got a Science Reporting award from the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter. Malika has written extensively on what happened under the sea surface of the Puna lava flow’s ocean entry on Big Island Today.