Who is Anita Vogel?
Anita Vogel is an American journalist working as a news reporter for the Fox News Channel. Before joining the Fox News Channel, Vogel worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor for KCRA-TV (NCB 3) in Sacramento. She has covered the Mexican presidential elections in 2006 from Mexico City and reported live from New Orleans, LA when Hurricane Katrina hit the region, spending the next two weeks covering the devastation.
Anita Vogel Age, Birthday
Vogel is 52 years old as of 2021. She was born on November 24, 1969, in California, in the United States. She celebrates her birthday on November 24th every year.
Anita Vogel Height and Weight
Vogel stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches, and has a total weight of 59 kg.
Anita Vogel Education
Vogel graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism and political science from the University of Southern California.
Anita Vogel Family
Vogel was born to an Eastern European father and Armenian American mother. Her father died when she was still a small baby and she was raised solely by her mother while her mother’s family escaped the Armenian genocide from the small village of Evereg, Turkey. Her mother was born in New York and relocated the family to California when Vogel was two years old.
There is no information about her childhood or siblings. This section shall be updated soon.
Anita Vogel Husband, Children
Vogel is married to her lovely husband, Mark Rozells. In their marriage Rascon and her husband are blessed with a daughter named Evangeline Rozells. Mark Rozells is the CEO of Fairmont Raffles Swiss Hotel.
Anita Vogel Salary and Net worth
Vogel earns an annual salary of between $80k – $120 k. She has an estimated net worth of $300 k – $500k as a journalist.
- Age: 52 years
- Birthday: November 24
- Nationality: American
- Husband: Mark Rozells
- Occupation: Journalist, news reporter
- Salary: $80k – $120 k
- Net Worth: $300 k – $500k
Anita Vogel Before Fox News Channel
Vogel previously worked for WJET in Erie, Pennsylvania, and KCRA in Sacramento, California. She began her career with ABC Network News in Washington, D.C and later joined the network in 2001 and is based in Los Angeles. She was previously a reporter for WTLV in Jacksonville.
Anita Vogel Fox News Channel
Anita Vogel joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2001 and currently serves as a Los Angeles based correspondent. She joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2001 and is now a correspondent based in Los Angeles and she has covered a variety of stories for FOX News, including the 2012 Aurora and CO movie theater shooting. She has also covered the torching of an explosive-packed home in Escondido, CA, and various consumer interest stories.
Vogel also had interviews with former President Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama in 2008. She also covered the Mexican presidential elections in 2006 from Mexico City and reported live from New Orleans, LA when Hurricane Katrina hit the region, spending the next two weeks covering the devastation. Vogel has won numerous awards, including a Golden Mike award for Best Network Breaking News Coverage for her exclusive interview with former President Bill Clinton during the Nevada Caucuses.
Vogel also won an Edward R. Murrow award, a Regional Emmy award for Best Newscast, and a Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters award for Best Documentary. She received an RIAS Fellowship in 2006, a German-American journalism exchange program sponsored in part by the RTNDA. Vogel spent two weeks in Germany representing FNC as part of a select group of journalists from across the country.