Frances Wang Biography
They don’t put it on the qualification list, but having a good-looking face is a necessary requirement for journalists. The rest are just additional. When journalists’ face begins losing its beauty, they lose their value and their job is most assuredly next to losing. If Frances Wang,31, reads this article, she completely knows what I mean. In this article, I tell a background story about her, her setback, and come back. Currently, she works in her dream job, one she was about to lose but regained it back with a tight grip. She is a skilled anchor and reporter working for NBC Universal in Philadelphia.
Frances Wang Age and Relationship
Wang is a first-generation Chinese American. She was born on 7th December 1991 in China but later relocated with her family to the United States where she was born. She loves sharing about her upbringing and her relationships with her mother. Through sharing what she talks about with her mother, we learned that Frances is single. However, she is ripe for marriage and could be wedding soon.
She chose to become a journalist because it was her passion and also a way to represent people from Asia. Frances Studied at St. Francis High School, Sacramento, and later joined the University of Southern California for a degree in Business Administration and Broadcast Journalism. As a student, she worked part-time as a marketing representative for Crimson Marketing and Public Relations where she was responsible for answering phone calls and developing strategies for pitching clients. She also worked as Hostess at BJ’s Restaurant in Century City.
For her coursework, she interned at Young Hollywood in Marketing and Product Placement where she developed strategies to pitch new products and created content for advertising. She also interned at Rogers and Cowan in music and sports where she was tasked with following up with e-mails and pitches. The organization tasked Wang is writing press releases. Her last internship before graduation was at CNN in Beijing where she assisted producers in researching, transcribing, and doing administrative responsibilities. Still in China, she joined China Central Television as a multimedia journalist.
She returned to the United States and got a job at Equinox as a Front Desk Associate. Wang worked there for 5 months before getting a job at E! Networks online. She created digital content for the station and articles for its websites. After 1 year, she got a job at KREM TV as a reporter. Here, she delved deeper into journalism. She learned to collaborate with others in pitching stories and researching. She learned to do live interviews and storytelling skills.
After 1 year, Wang relocated to Sacramento to work as an anchor and reporter for ABC 10. She worked there for 3 years, connecting with residents, telling stories of racism, and reporting crime and shootings. Wang was called to Miami to work as an anchor and reporter for CBS. There she became an expert in journalism. Her tasks involved filling in for anchors and doing ground reports. She served there for 3 years before traveling to Philadelphia to work for NBC, where she currently works as a reporter and anchor.
Her service to the audience has been one to appreciate. She loves covering Asian stories specifically hatred towards Asia. During the Covid-19 Pandemic, hundreds of Asias were subject to hate, some were even killed. Frances used her platform to raise awareness of Asian Hate.
In the 2023 Lunar New Year, she joined Asian American communities in mourning the death of people of Asian Descent. She has also covered the life and legacy of radio marvel Jerry Blavat who died at 82. Wang has also covered exciting stories like when Darius Slay’s, Jennifer Saly, wife surprised a few fans with tickets to NFC Champions Game.
Wangs also shared her triumph story. Growing up, Wang had periods of eczema. It was no big deal until 2019 when she was incorrectly prescribed topical steroids. Painful itchy bumps started spreading on her face. Doctors revealed the skin condition as perioral Dermatitis. Its exact cause remained unknown.
Wang came out clean on her Instagram. She shared her skin condition with her fans and the treatment process. After several visits to the hospital, Wang’s skin started healing after taking some antibiotics. In less than a year, her skin had completely healed except for a few minor scars which continue healing.
The condition caused emotional damage and depression on her end specifically because it affected her job. After healing, she told media outlets that she become appreciative of having clear skin and empathetic with those going through similar conditions. Her stories were featured on People, Women’s Health, Health, Yahoo, Today, and Sun Sentinel.
Frances Wang Height, and Salary
Since she overcame her condition, Wang has become an internet sensation. Her face has become more beautiful than ever before. Many of her fans now ask about her physical attributes. From what we saw, Frances’s height could be 5 feet and 5 inches. Her salary is also in question by many of her fans. Wangs gets an annual salary of approximately $70,000. Her story of success is an inspiration to women with skin conditions and Asians living in the United States. Other Asian Americans who have made it in the media business are Shern-min Chow and Karen Hua.