Ashley Nagaoka Biography and Wiki
Ashley Nagaoka is an American news journalist currently working for Hawaii News Now as a reporter and anchor. She also worked for KGMB before becoming a reporter and anchor for Hawaii News Now.
Ashley Nagaoka Age and Birthday
Nagaoka is 37 years old as of 2021. He was born on September 20, 1984, in the USA.
Ashley Nagaoka Height
Nagaoka stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Ashley Nagaoka Family | Parents
By her parents, Nagaoka was raised in the United States of America. As far as we know, she hasn’t given us any details about her family or siblings. Nagaoka earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Arizona.
Ashley Nagaoka Husband and Married
There is no information on Nagaoka’s relationships or marital status that she has shared. It is not clear whether she is currently married or in a relationship. Her spouse and husband will be updated shortly.
Ashley Nagaoka Salary and Net Worth
Ashley’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Ashley Nagaoka Wikipedia | Hawaii News Now
At 4 p.m. on KHNL, Ashley Nagaoka hosts Hawaii News Now’s “First at Four” broadcast. At 12 p.m. on KHNL and HNN’s streaming platforms, she hosts the well-liked noon round-up program “This Is Now.” Prior to joining Hawaii News Now, she worked at CBS affiliate KGMB in Honolulu, Hawaii. Later, the Kauai native relocated to Washington, D.C., where she served as Colleen Hanabusa’s press secretary and spokesman.
Ashley returned to Hawaii and worked for Anthology Marketing Group, a leading marketing and communications company in Honolulu, after spending five years on Capitol Hill. She oversaw public affairs customers there from the tourist, government, energy, real estate, and agricultural industries.
In addition, Nagaoka serves on the boards of the Domestic Violence Action Center, the Kauai branch of the Hawaii Food Bank, and the Young Leader Board for Make-A-Wish Hawaii. Ashley is a participant in both the U.S.-Japan Council’s Emerging Leaders Program and the Pacific Century Fellows.