Johanna Wagstaffe Biography
Johanna Wagstaffe is a Canadian host, meteorologist, and science reporter working for CBC News and CBC Vancouver News. She serves as a senior meteorologist. Wagstaffe joined the station in March 2007 as a host for CBC News Morning Show.
Johanna Wagstaffe Education
After graduating from high school and earning her High School Diploma in General Education, she had to further her Education. She joined the University of Western Ontario in 2002 to pursue her course. In 2006, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geophysics. During the same year, she joined York University to pursue her career course. In 2007, she obtained her meteorology certificate. Her first exposure to weather forecasting was as a summer intern at the Environment Canada Severe Weather Centre.
Johanna Wagstaffe Career
Wagstaffe is a meteorologist, host, and science reporter at CBC News. She works as a senior meteorologist covering weather and science stories, utilizing her strong background in seismology and earth science. Her weekly segment, Science Smart, answers viewers’ science-related questions. Throughout her career, she has covered major stories including the recent ones, major seismic events, the Copenhagen Climate Conference, and space missions.
Prior to joining the CBC Weather team, she worked for Western University as a Research Assistant for several months. She worked in the Western University geophysics department to prepare seismology papers for submission. Wagstaffe coded in MATLAB language. In addition to that, she likes volunteering at the , where she frequently shares her passion for science education with children. During her leisure time, she likes flying. She also has both her glider and pilot’s license. he got her pilot’s license when she was 17 years old and still flies with her father in a 1943 Aeronca on the weekends.
Johanna Wagstaffe Age
Wagstaffe likes to keep her personal life private hence has not yet disclosed the year and month she was born. It is therefore not known when she celebrates her birthday. However, she might be in her 30s.
Johanna Wagstaffe Height
Wagstaffe stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Johanna Wagstaffe Family
Wagstaffe 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. Her maternal grandparents and mother escaped Hungary after the 1956 revolution. They lived for a year in a refugee camp in Yugoslavia. From there, they moved to a little village near Meckering, Western Australia, when a 6.9 earthquake struck. Her grandmother recalls the devastation in Fault Lines: Understanding the Power of Earthquakes (Orca $24.95).
Johanna Wagstaffe Husband
Wagstaffe is married to her better half Tristan Staddon, the love of her life. Tristan is a Managing Editor working with Global Nationalist. The two tied the knot in July 2015. Together they share a son but she has not disclosed his name to the public.
Johanna Wagstaffe Net Worth
Wagstaffe has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned from her successful career as a host, meteorologist, and science reporter.
Johanna Wagstaffe Salary
Wagstaffe earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Johanna Wagstaffe Book
Her first book, a lively and well-illustrated primer on earthquakes is both historical and educational, In Fault Lines: Understanding the Power of Earthquakes (Orca $24.95), her grandmother recounts the damage. She routinely shares her interest in science education with youngsters as a meteorologist and science broadcaster for CBC Vancouver and CBC News Network.
Johanna Wagstaffe CBC News
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