Tammie Souza Biography
Tammie Souza is a multiple Emmy winning meteorologist, working at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Tammie Souza Age
Souzas date of birth is not known her age might be around 35 to 40 years.
Tammie Souza Net Worth
Souza has a net worth of 1 million dollars.
Tammie Souza Personal Life
Souza was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and raised in San Diego, California. She received a Bachelor of Science in biology from San Diego State University and is completing graduate studies for a master’s degree in applied meteorology from Mississippi State University and has received a certification from Mississippi State University’s broadcast meteorology program. She earned a pilot’s license while in college.
Tammie Souza Career
Souza began her career as the morning and noon meteorologist at KHSL in Chico, California. She then became chief meteorologist at WDJT in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Souza later moved to Chicago, where she worked six years at WMAQ and two years at WTSP in Tampa, Florida. While at WMAQ, she was known for recruiting viewers to provide temperature and rainfall as “weather watchers” and for visiting of grade schools with an interactive and educational weather presentation called Weather With Class.
After the death of Dick Fletcher, WTSP’s longtime chief meteorologist, Souza was hired to be the station’s chief meteorologist. Souza’s sister, Patty, was a meteorologist for WTSP’s sister station KXTV. At one point, Tammie and Patty Souza were the only siblings in the United States who delivered weather on television.
Souza is one of a handful of women nationwide that holds both the prestigious AMS/CBM Seal and the NWA Seal and sits on the boards of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. She joined Comcast-NBC-owned WCAU (NBC 10) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in March 2017.
Tammie Souza Awards and Nominations
Souza has received 17 Emmy nominations and six Emmy Awards, including Best Weathercast, Best Weather and Science Report and for Special Live Reporting, as well as a first place award from the Associated Press for a report on Shipwreck Diving in Lake Michigan. The National Association of Black Journalists recognized her with a nomination for her story about fugitive slave ships on Lake Michigan.
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