Stephanie Sy (reporter) Biography
Stephanie Sy is an American television news anchor and reporter formerly for Al Jazeera America. Sy was born and raised in southern California. She currently lives in New York City. Stephanie is well known for The Perfect Match (2017), Washed Away (2017) and Saige Paints the Sky (2013).
Stephanie Sy (reporter) Age
The American television news anchor and reporter was born on January 16th, 1977, Southern California, CA. She is 43 years old as of 2019.
Stephanie Sy(reporter) Height
There is no doubt that when it comes to beauty Stephanie, is one of the best there is with her simple body measurements, She has a standing height of 5 feet 2 inches. Additionally, she weighs is unknown. Stephanie’s hair color is black and her eye color is dark brown.
Stephanie Sy (reporter) Family
She was born in Southern California, the United States on January 16, 1977, there is no information about her family. Additionally, there is no information regarding her siblings. She belongs to American nationality and English ethnicity. Her birth sign is Capricorn.
Stephanie Sy (reporter) Husband
Stephanie is married to Emio Tomeoni. The duo exchanged vows in the year 2010. She finds her husband Emio supportive as he always supports her whether it is for her official work or necessary household works. The beautiful couple is so much in love and usually, share pictures of them in social accounts. Ramos recently celebrated her 7th marriage anniversary with her husband.
She posted pictures of her marriage on 5th September 2017 with a caption: From this marriage, the duo is blessed with two children. Her first son was born in 2011, of whom they named Xavier. Moreover, later, the pair also welcomed their second child. The information regarding their second child is confined. However, they do share their children’s pictures on Instagram.
Stephanie Sy (reporter) Education
She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania cum laude with a double major in international relations and environmental studies in 1999.
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Stephanie Sy (reporter) Career
Talking about her profession, from 1999 to 2001 she was a reporter and fill-in anchor for WBTW in Florence, South Carolina. Similarly, she also joined WTKR in September 2001 as a military reporter. Whereas, her reporting from Iraq while embedded in 2003 during the Iraq War led to her hiring by ABC News in the same year. Whereas, she also reported from London for ABC NewsOne until 2006 when she was also a New York-based correspondent. During 2007, she also became ABC’s Asia Correspondent in Beijing.
Likewise, she was also transferred to New York in 2009 and remained there until leaving the network in 2012. Whereas, other tasks at ABC included occasional fill-in anchoring on World News Now. During 2012 to 2013, she was also senior editor and correspondent at Everyday Health. Similarly, she also joined Al Jazeera America in 2013 where she anchored various newscasts, primarily the weekday morning news, and conducted occasional interviews for Talk to Al Jazeera until the network’s closure in 2016.
On the same year 2016, she was also a freelance reporter for Yahoo News who did primarily did interviews for the website. During 2017 she also is a freelancer anchor for CNN and CNN International. Likewise, she fills in for Maggie Lake in CNN Money. Besides that, she still also freelances for Yahoo! News and CBSN, and CBS News’.
Stephanie Sy (reporter) Social Media
She has 2.6K followers on Facebook. Similarly, she has 3.6K followers on Twitter. She is not active on Instagram.
Stephanie Sy(reporter) Awards
Stephanie Sy is an anchor and national correspondent for Yahoo News. She was previously the host of Carnegie Council’s Ethics Matter interview series and a news anchor for the now defunct Al Jazeera America. Sy won a 2014 Gracie Award for her interview “Talk to Al Jazeera: Gloria Steinem.” Prior to joining Al Jazeera, Sy was a foreign and domestic correspondent for ABC News from 2003 to 2011. As ABC’s Asia correspondent based in Beijing, Sy was awarded the Overseas Press Club’s David Kaplan Award for Spot News coverage for her stories on the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
Her reports focused largely on the poorly constructed schools that led to the deaths of thousands of children. Sy’s China earthquake coverage was also nominated for a national Emmy. Sy won a Business Emmy for “World News with Charles Gibson: Global Food Crisis” during her time in China.Sy was also based in London and New York for ABC, covering stories including the war in Iraq, the London terror attacks, the Times Square bombing attempt, the death of Pope John Paul II, and three Olympic Games.
As a local military reporter based in Norfolk, Virginia, Sy covered the U.S. invasion of Iraq, winning an Associated Press award for her coverage. She got her start in broadcast reporting at WBTW in Florence, South Carolina.
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