Gasia Mikaelian Biography, Age, Husband, KTVU News, and Net Worth
Gasia Mikaelian Age
Gasia was born on July 4, 1975, in the greater Bay Area.
Gasia Mikaelian Husband
Gasia has been married to Paul Perez since 2006. They have two children together; Tigran and Zavan.
Gasia Mikaelian Height
She is 5 feet and 5 inches tall.
Gasia Mikaelian Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
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Gasia Mikaelian Biography
Gasia Mikaelian an Armenian-American news Personality. She is most popular for being a lead anchor for KTVU in the Bay Area. She started her profession functioning as a columnist at Yuma, Arizona.
Working with the organization has gotten an astounding encounter with her existence with the bundle of expectations, battles, and wins. At first, Gasia had functioned as a correspondent for the KSWT and revealed for KSWT in Huntsville, Alabama for a considerable length of time.
During her secondary school, she was viewed as a slowpoke while every one of her companions was making arrangements to be specialists or attorneys she had no clue about what she needed to do.
She started going to the Las Positas College and took all of the composing courses they had over a long-term period. She then, at that point, went to the San Diego State University to concentrate on news coverage with the underlying expectation of going into radio telecom.
Gasia Mikaelian KTVU News
Gasia acknowledged a lead anchor job with KTVU in 2005 as it would permit her to be nearer to home. She is still in that job and shows up on their Channel 2 News program at 7 PM on most Weeknights. Working with the organization has gotten a stunning encounter with her existence with the bundle of expectations, battles, and wins.
Gasia landed her first position in Yuma, Arizona toward the finish of that late spring. She drove out to Yuma with her resume reel so the news chief would have a face to go with the name on the tape.
She started at KSWT in August of 1997 and reported there for a year. She imparted a condo to one more journalist at the station, and the two of them were too modest to even consider switching on the cooling except if it was more than 95 degrees.
Gasia found a new line of work at WAFF in Huntsville, Alabama next. She ate bread rolls n’ sauce interestingly, saw cotton developing and tobacco drying by the side of the road. Gasia adored covering things that were new to her (school football!), and before the finish of her two years there, she was saying “you all” without a grin.
At the point when she saw some work posting for another FOX offshoot in San Diego, she sent her resume tape. Gasia expressed that she shouted out loud when the news chief at XETV left her a voice message saying he preferred her work. In the wake of being away from California for years, she was kicking the bucket to return.
Gasia accepted the position as morning and early afternoon anchor in San Diego, and however, she was truly “No doubt.” She was so cheerful being moored in America’s Finest City! when she was only 25 years old. However, her heart was as yet in the Bay Area. She expressed that her life changed when she started at KTVU, in 2005.