How much is Natalie Pasquarella's Net Worth? Full report on her Salary Figures , Career, Lifestyle and More.
Pasquarella is widely recognized as the news anchor for NBC's News 4 New York, she airs at 4, 6 and 11 p.m. She has been actively involved in news reporting since 2004 and has become a familiar face of many news channels. Though personal details are kept under review, we’ ll reveal Pasquarella's broadcasting career, net worth, salary and her luxurious lifestyle here.
How Much Is Natalie Pasquarella’s Net worth
Natalie has earned a heavy amount of money through news anchoring and reporting. Her estimated net worth based on current data is around $25,000 to $49,999. Additionally, Natalie’s household income is around $75,000 - $99,999 annually.
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Reportedly, Natalie earned $24k to $26k while reporting at WTOV. Likewise, the current NBC news reporter earns anywhere from $28,377 to $30,582. And while at WSOC-TV where she was a news producer, Preasuarella's salary ranged from $38k to $42k. Preasquarella is currently affiliated with NBC.
Natalie Pasquarella’s Lavish Lifestyle
Pasquarella spends her million dollars partying with family, traveling and shopping among other things. She is a crazy lover of Kylie cosmetics and pickup trucks. She posted a picture on Instagram with a White Pickup Truck that seems like her. She writes:
?”Had to upgrade for my quick birthday trip home to see the fam in Ohio!”
Natalie is fond of expensive designer brands and jewelry. She resides in a luxurious bungalow in Ohio with her husband and kids.
Natalie Pasquarella’s Career Highlights
New Jersey native, Natalie Pasquarella began her broadcasting career working with WTOV-9 in December 2004 in Steubenville, Ohio. There she worked as a news anchor, reporter, and producer as for 3 years and 8 months. Natalie also served at WSOC-TV as a weekend anchor for seven years, from July 2008 to August 2015.
In the year 2015, Pasquarella joined NBC 4 leaving WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is currently working at NBC News channel alongside Stefan Holt. While at WSOC, she produced a number of in-depth investigative stories on the rise in human trafficking and the use of black-tar heroin.
Pasquarella was honored by The West Virginia Associated Press for an investigative report on sex offenders. In 2011, Pasquarella traveled to Washington, D.C. to interview President Barack Obama on local international trade issues. The following year, Pasquarella co-anchored live political coverage of the Democratic National Convention held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Philanthropic News Anchor: Natalie Pasquarella
One of Pasquarella’s popular quotes to live by is from Winston Churchill, who said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Pasquarella is actively involved in the Charlotte community, served on the board of "A Child’s Place," an organization.
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She worked there to support and to ease the impact of homelessness on children in schools. Pasquarella has also contributed to the American Red Cross, Communities in Schools, Classroom Central including the Second Harvest Food Bank.