May 2023, marks 25 years since Carrie Sharp embarked on a journey to become a journalist. Many discouraged her but her longevity as a dependable anchor and reporter has silenced the naysayers. She does not look like stopping any time soon. Carrie is still energetic and passionate as she was when she began. She serves as a news anchor for News Channel 5. In her long career, she has worked in News at 5 in WNEM and WAVE 3 News. She is excellent at storytelling, reporting, and writing articles.
She is 44 or 45 years old. Sharp grew up with a passion of doing journalism. When an opportunity showed up, she took it and ran away with it. She is also married to Doug Sharp and together they have two boys.
Her desire to become a journalist led her to the University of Louisville where she did a degree in communications. In her sophomore, she got an internship opportunity at WAVE 3. She worked her way up through graduation and rose up the ranking levels until she became an anchor. She worked at the station for 11 years, covering extensively investigative issues that earned her two Emmy awards.
In 2010, the family moved to Michigan. Carrie landed an opportunity at WNEM TV5 News. Like in her previous employment, she worked hard contributing majorly to providing digital content and raising the dominance and influence level of the station.
After 5 years, she moved to Nashville where she currently works as a News anchor alongside Vicki Yates. Sharp has covered elections, crime, extreme weather conditions, and events that shaped the history of Americans.
She continues to be an inspiration to a younger generation looking on to her. Carrie has registered success and the ability to overcome challenges. She is also an inspiration to women seeking to balance motherhood and career roles.
Being a long-serving journalist, she is one of the highest-paid anchors. Her annual salary could be approximately $100,000. Carrie Sharp can be considered a veteran journalist alongside the likes of Jawan Strader and Patricia Boal.