Caroline Goggin Biography and Wiki
Caroline Goggin is an award-winning American journalist working as a news reporter and anchor at WHDH Channel 7 in Boston, MA. Previously, she worked as a news reporter at
Caroline Goggin Age and Birthday
Goggin was born in 1991, in 1992, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She is 30 years old as of 2023. However, her exact date of birth and zodiac sign are currently unavailable.
Caroline Goggin Height
Caroline stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx. 1.63 meters) tall.
The news anchor attended and graduated from ain her hometown. From there she joined the , a public institution that was founded in 1855.
She later received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2014. More details regarding her academic credentials will be updated soon.
Caroline Goggin Family, Parents, Siblings
Attempts to establish her parents’ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not clear if she has any siblings. Further details regarding her family background will be updated soon when disclosed.
Caroline Goggin Husband | Is She Married?
Caroline Goggin Salary
According to WHDH estimates, she receives an average annual salary ranging from $49,819 to $81,920. Her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Caroline Goggin Net Worth
The news anchor has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 Million to $5 Million as of 2023. This amount is from her extensive career as a journalist among other investments.
Caroline Goggin WHDH 7 News
WHDH Channel 7, is a television station in Boston, Massachusetts. It is owned by Sunbeam Television along with Cambridge-licensed CW affiliate WLVI.
Caroline is a journalist who is currently working at WHDH Channel 7 as a news reporter and anchor in Boston, MA. She previously worked at
During this time, she served both as the station’s news reporter. She had her career start at
Caroline Goggin stroke
Goggin suffered stroke in October 2019 but fortunately survived. Afterward, she became an American Heart Association advocate who helps others learn and recognize the signs of stroke. Citing this, she was honored as one of the Southern New England chapter’s ‘storytellers’ in 2020.