Who is WJAR-TV Journalist, Tamara Sacharczyk?
Tamara Sacharczyk is an award-winning journalist whose newscasts at NBC 10 begin at 4. As a devoted broadcast journalist, Tamara has a passion for using the craft of journalism to change the world and has a strong enthusiasm for reporting unusual, transformative stories.
Before joining NBC 10, Tamara had made a name for herself at 22 News in Springfield, Massachusetts as a prominent broadcaster. She worked there as an undercover reporter and weekday morning anchor.
During that time, she reported on the biggest news events in the country such as the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston and the presidential inauguration.
Tamara Sacharczyk Height
Sacharczyk stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Tamara Sacharczyk is a Native of Massachusetts
Sacharczyk was born on April 19, 1992, in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, USA. She is currently 31 years old. She worked in her native homeland for 9 years before moving to Rhode Island. In one of her biggest achievements in Massachusetts, Tamara was announced as the winner of Young Careerist of the Year by Western Massachusetts Women Magazine.
Tamara Sacharczyk Education
The WJAR journalist graduated Summa Cum Laude in June 2014 with a BS in Multimedia Journalism and Political Communications, from Emerson College.
Tamara Sacharczyk Husband
Sacharczyk and her husband, Paul are more than just a couple; they are also great friends. Paul proposed to her in 2017 while they were on vacation in Napa Valley California. Two years later, the couple hosted their wedding in September 2019 in the presence of family members and friends. Tamara and her husband are expecting their first child together.
Tamara Sacharczyk’s Salary and Net Worth
Sacharczyk earns a decent salary at WJAR-TV. Her wages have increased steadily over the years that she has worked in mainstream media. Throughout her career, the WJAR journalist has built a net worth of around $800,000. It is clear that her wages will keep increasing with time and so will her net worth.
Tamara Sacharczyk Career
Tamara was prepared for her career while still in college. She worked on Capitol Hill for a semester, conducting background analysis, recording sound bites for news segments, and interviewing government leaders.
She has worked as a reporter for professional organizations like RTDNA for the past three years and this helped her to polish her writing, reporting, and editing skills. Tamara has experience in almost every facet of news production.
Motivated by political concerns, she has spoken about international relations and the usefulness of tourism promotion in Rosarito, Mexico, and covered news as chief news correspondent for the annual conference of the International Agency of Business Disciplines.
During her two years as an intern at Boston’s WHDH 7 News, Tamara helped reporters on set, recorded and monitored James “Whitey” Bulger’s federal trial, called rescue workers at the assignment desk, and collaborated with investigative producer Mary Schwager to screen tips, reach out to sources, and do research for upcoming investigations.
Her investigative reporting has also earned her other honors, such as the Massachusetts Broadcaster Association’s Investigative Award for revealing the use of student shackles at nearby schools.
She was also awarded the Sports Feature Story title for her live reporting from Houston during the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory, and the Feature Story category for her study into human trafficking.