Alison Bologna Biography
Alison Bologna is an American Emmy Award-winning Journalist working at WJAR NBC 10 in Providence, Rhode Island serving as a news anchor/reporter. She has been working with the station since September 2010.
Alison Bologna Career
Bologna works at WJAR NBC 10 in Providence, Rhode Island where she serves as a news anchor/reporter. Readers of Rhode Island Monthly magazine voted Alison the best female reporter in the market for two years in a row. Before voting her the best morning female news anchor for the past three years in a row. Prior to WJAR NBC 10, Alison worked at Fox 25 News in Boston where she served as an anchor. Additionally, Bologna was one of the network’s youngest producers in New York City for “Dateline NBC.”
Alison has covered stories in nearly every part of New England, providing live breaking news on all major events. The events also included the tragic Station nightclub fire and the death of Senator Ted Kennedy. Several of her investigative reports resulted in local and state-level reforms. Notable reports include overcrowding in state juvenile detention facilities, exposure gaps in sex offender registry lists, and a Vietnam veteran.
She claimed to have earned his most prestigious medal when the Army never awarded it to him. After Alison broke the story, President Bush signed legislation to remove the veteran’s name from a post office in Rhode Island. Before, Alison served as a TV News Reporter at WJAR-TV for 3 years. While at the station she reported for all major news shows with general assignment reporting plus l-Team reporting which earned Associate press and Murrow Awards.
Additionally, Bologna has received numerous awards and honors for her work in journalism. The awards include an Edward R. Murrow Award, a Gracie Allen Award, two Associated Press Awards, and an Emmy Award. Other awards include two Clarion Awards, and an Investigative Reporters and Editors Award. In addition to that, Bologna spends her free time teaching yoga at her studio and running a non-profit organization.
She founded that offers free yoga outreach programs to adults with developmental children in schools, shelters, and prisons. Moreover, Alison has received over a dozen community awards for her work there, including The Rhode Island Small Business Journal’s Entrepreneurial Woman to Watch Award. Other awards include the Women of Excellence Community Award, The Pawtucket Foundation’s Person of the Year award.
Moreover, she also received another award called the Girl Scouts of Southern New England’s Leading Women of Distinction Award. Furthermore, she graduated from Columbia University with honors. Additionally, she also enrolled at Harvard University in 2015 with a master’s degree in English. Alison also graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism outside of Chicago.
Alison Bologna Age
Bologna is 47 years as of 2022. She was born on December 15, 1975, in the United States of America.
Alison Bologna Height
Bologna stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Alison Bologna Family
Bologna has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if she has any siblings.
Alison Bologna Husband
Bologna is married to Dave Mongeau, who works as a videographer at WCVB TV 5 in Boston Area. The couple has two children a daughter known as Sella and a son called Georgia.
Alison Bologna’s Net Worth
Bologna has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through being a news anchor/reporter.
Alison Bologna Salary
She earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Alison Bologna WJAR
Bologna is working at WJAR where she works alongside other famous anchors and reporters including;
- Liz Bateson
- Joanna Bouras
- Frank Carpano
- Jason Doris
- Christina Erne
- Leanna Faulk
- R.J. Heim
- Mario Hilario
- Dan Jaehnig