Who is CUNY-TV’s Ernabel Demillo?
Ernabel Demillo is an American television journalist. She currently serves as both host and reporter for CUNY-TV’s “Asian American Life,” a magazine-style program that highlights the Asian American population in the Tri-State and has been nominated for seven Emmys. The subjects of her content have been tough AAPI issues, such as Asian American parents raising LGBTQ children or the increasing political power of AAPIs.
Ernabel Demillo Age
Demillo is around 58 years old. She was born in 1965 and spent most of her childhood years in San Francisco, California, United States. Her parents, Harriman E. Demillo (father) and Flordeliza (mother) are both from the Philippines. She was raised alongside her sister, Emiliza, and her brother, Emil Castro Demillo.
Ernabel stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Ernabel Demillo Education
Demillo is a well-educated woman. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and International Relations from the University of Southern California. She also received her Master of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
Ernabel Demillo Husband
Demillo is in a relationship with John Muller, a renowned weeknight anchor of NYC’s Emmy Award-winning PIX11 News. They have been together for more than two decades. Ernabel and his wife are blessed with a daughter named Alex who was born on May 7, 2004.
Ernabel Demillo’s Salary and Net Worth
Demillo earns a salary that ranges between $100,000 – $500,000. Her wages have increased significantly over the years that she has worked in mainstream media. Talking of her worth, Ernabel has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She has built her wealth primarily from her career in journalism.
Ernabel Demillo Career
Demillo is an experienced journalist and journalism teacher from New York City. She was a reporter and anchor for the Emmy-winning FOX morning news program “Good Day New York” for ten years. Ernabel worked as a reporter for the Sacramento CBS affiliate and Orange County Newschannel before moving to New York.
She currently provides content for other CUNY-TV programs. Most recently, she hosted and moderated CUNY-TV’s immigration-themed Live Town Hall. She has written tales about various aspects of children’s and young adult books, Hollywood, and theater.
Ernabel was successful in pursuing a second job in addition to her journalism work. She serves as faculty chair of the Department of Communication and Media Culture at Saint Peter’s University in Jersey City, New Jersey. She also holds a tenure-track position in the journalism department.
The Pauw Wow, the school newspaper, was recognized as one of the Top 10 college newspapers in the nation, and she was the faculty adviser for the publication. She founded the journalism department in 2008. Ernabel is actively involved in the Asian American community.
She is not only an accomplished event emcee but has also served on the boards of multiple organizations, such as the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF) for nearly twenty years, Apex for Youth, an AAPI mentoring organization, and Vice President of Broadcast for AAJA. Situated in the nation, CACF is the biggest advocacy group for Asian Americans.