Sarah Acosta Biography and Wiki
Sarah Acosta is an American journalist who currently works for KSAT Channel 12 News as news and reporter. She joined the station in April 2018 where she worked as a morning reporter for Good Morning San Antonio Show.
Before that, Sarah was at Fox40 News in Sacramento, California where she was a morning anchor and reporter.
She attended King high school where she spent most of her high school life as an athlete, competing in tennis, track, as well as cross country.
Sarah then enrolled in Southern Methodist University in Dallas where she graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Convergence Journalism.
Sarah Acosta Age and Birthday
Her actual age and birthday are not yet available. Sarah was born on April 18 in South Texas, United States of America.
Sarah Acosta Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Sarah Acosta Family
Her family lives in Corpus Christi, United States of America. There is also no available information concerning her parents and siblings. This is because she likes to keep her family details away from public attention. Our team will update more on her family as soon as possible.
Sarah Acosta Husband | Wedding
Acosta is a happily married woman or vice versa. She has managed to keep her love life away from cameras and public attention as she believes it should be always a private thing.
Sarah Acosta Salary
Working as a news anchor and reporter for KSAT Channel 12 News, Sarah receives a salary of around $72,507 annually.
Sarah Acosta Net Worth
Her net worth ranges from $300,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her successful career as a journalist.
Sarah Acosta KSAT 12
Sarah is an American journalist who currently works for KSAT Channel 12 News as a news and reporter. She joined the station in April 2018 where she worked as a morning reporter for Good Morning San Antonio Show. Before that, Sarah was at Fox40 News in Sacramento, California where she was a morning anchor and reporter.
She started working for KIII-3News in 2013 as a morning reporter until 2016 when she moved to Sacramento as a morning reporter. Sarah spent most of her high school as an athlete, competing in tennis, cross country and also track. Her love for journalism developed as the yearbook’s editor-in-chief.
After graduating from high school in 2006, Sarah played tennis on the SMU Women’s Tennis team. During her college days, she was also part of the Chi-Omega sorority. While in college and also after college, Sarah interned at numerous places including NBC-DFW, the Texas Tribune, the Dallas Morning News, as well as the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.