Natalie Solis Biography
Natalie Solis is an American journalist who was born in Capricorn, USA who serves with KDFW Fox 4 News in Dallas, Fort Worth Area. She joined Fox 4 in December 2006 from WSVN Channel 7 News where she served as a reporter for 3 years (November 2003-November 2006).
Natalie Solis Age
Natalie is 38 years old as of 2021, she was born on 2 January 1983.
Natalie Solis Net Worth
Natalie has an estimated net worth ranging between $100k and $800k dollars.
Natalie Solis Salary
Natalie receives an approximate salary of $67 thousand dollars per year. She receives her salary from her works as a KDFW Fox 4 News in Dallas, Fort Worth Area.
Natalie Solis Height and Weight
Solis stands at a height of height 5 feet 5 inches and weight is 50kgs with black hair.
Natalie Solis Family
Natalie was born and raised by her parents in Capricorn, United States of America. Solis was raised by a single mother. “My mother — a hard-working, single parent — had hoped I’d continue on the pre-med track I had started on, but that wasn’t in the cards.” She has revealed information about her parents and siblings to the public. However, we are keeping tabs and we shall updates this section as soon as the information as information is available.
Natalie Solis Husband
Solis is married to her husband Greg Baxter. The couple married on 21 May 2005.
Natalie Solis FOX 4
Natalie is a well-known journalist who works at KDFW Fox 4 News in Dallas, Fort Worth Area. She joined Fox 4 in December 2006 from WSVN Channel 7 News where she served as a reporter for three years (November 2003-November 2006).
At Fox 4 Dallas, Natalie reports on Sunday evening live newscasts, reports live on location for weekday evening newscasts, covers breaking news, conducts interviews, writes as well as produces stories, and grows viewership on social media.
During her time at Channel 7 News, she was a field reporter across South Florida, fill-in anchor on Today from 5 am to 9 am, and covered extensive hurricanes including its aftermath and recovery.
Natalie Solis Wikipedia
Solis Anchors/Reports for the KDFW Fox4 where she joined the channel in December 2006. This, she served in WSVN from November 2003 – to November 2006.
“Along the way, I traversed the jungles of Costa Rica, saw first-hand the weathered faces of Guatemalan farmers, talked politics with locals over un cafecito in Cuba, cozied up to a camel in Morocco, dined in the Eiffel Tower, rattled castanets in Spain, and the list goes on. Sometimes I was gainfully employed, other times I was stretching each penny as far as possible.
It’s no secret I LOVE to travel, but even more thrilling to me than experiencing a new place, is meeting new people, learning their history, absorbing their culture. I started in TV news because I had an uncle in the business and what he did seemed like the best possible job a person could have: tell people’s stories, simple as that. I was a sophomore at Brown University when it became clear to me I wanted to be a journalist.
I graduated and went to work at NBC News in New York. It was an amazing first job, but it was far more commitment than I was ready for at the ripe old age of 22. When else was I going to be young, unattached, and virtually carefree?! So I sold my car, packed my bags, and decided to see the places I’d only read about. During my travels, I didn’t always know where I’d end up, but I knew I’d learn something.
I eventually settled down again, landed a reporting gig at a small station in New Jersey, and from there moved to Miami, where there is no shortage of news, ranging from hurricanes and the devastation that follows to what seemed like weekly police standoffs and hostage situations to immigration and cultural issues to high- profile court cases, and then, of course, celebrity drama. Yes, I covered it all.
Now here I am, years after I left, back in my home state, close to my family. But this isn’t where my story ends. Each day is still an adventure, only now do I feel a greater responsibility as a journalist to the people nearest and dearest to my heart. When I cover a story, I’m allowed a glimpse into someone’s life, and I get to walk in their shoes, if only for a moment.
My hope is that by telling people’s stories we all get to embark on a journey and we all get to keep the souvenir — a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Got a good story idea?”
Natalie Solis Education
Natalie attended a local school for her elementary studies. Then, she joined Incarnate World High School and graduate with a high school certificate. Later, she attended Brown University and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government policies.