Amaca Ubacka Biography
Amaca Ubacka is a Nigerian- American journalist, she is known for being an award-winning journalist working at WHDH as a news anchor. She was previously a reporter in Orlando, Florida becoming to Boston.
Amaca Ubacka Education
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Miami.
Amaca Ubacka WHDH
Ubaka is a journalist who has won an Emmy. She is the New England anchor for 7NEWS Today and 7NEWS at Noon. As of May 2016, she is a correspondent for 7NEWS. Amaka is a Nigerian-American whose name in one of the numerous languages used in the most populous nation in Africa translates to “lovely.”
Amaka previously worked as a reporter in Orlando, Florida, where she covered a number of situations that attracted national notice, including the murder of former UCF student and journalist Steven Sotloff by ISIS and a man who was trapped in his home by a sinkhole while sleeping. She obtained her first on-air position in Redding, California, and she also worked as a reporter in Omaha, Nebraska.
Amaka enjoys getting to know new people, hearing their stories, and participating in the neighborhood. The Igbo Organization of New England, Project Hope, YWCA Cambridge, International Institute of New England, The One Mission Buzz Off, Rosie’s Place, BMA TenPoint, and other charitable events are among the ones she hosts in her spare time. The National Association of Black Journalists is another organization she belongs to.
Amaca Ubacka Salary
Ubacka receives an annual salary ranging between $ 70,000 – $ 110, 000.
Amaca Ubacka Net worth
Ubacka has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million -$ 5 million.
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Amaca Ubacka Age
Ubacka is 34 years old as of 2022. She was born on April 20, 1988.
Amaca Ubacka Height
Ubacka stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Amaca Ubacka Family
Ubacka has not revealed any details concerning her family. It is unknown if she has any siblings or parents.
Amaca Ubacka Husband
Ubacka has kept matters concerning her love life private from the public eye. It is unknown if she is married or currently involved with someone.
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Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in to the Supreme Court, shattering a glass ceiling as the first Black woman on the nation’s highest court. The 51-year-old Jackson is the court’s 116th justice and she took the place Thursday of the justice she once worked for. Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement took effect at noon.
A new musical piece sharing the stories of people sold as slaves by the founders of Georgetown University — which was performed by a Boston group — is being released Juneteenth weekend to honor those who were enslaved, the composer said. Carlos Simon, composer-in-residence at the Kennedy Center, created the 45-minute multi-genre score “Requiem for the Enslaved” as a way to tell the story of the 272 people who were sold as slaves by Georgetown’s founders in the 1830s.