Monique Ming Laven Biography and Wiki
Monique Ming Laven is an American journalist who currently works as an anchor and reporter at KIRO 7 in Seattle, Washington. She co-anchors KIRO 7 Eyewitness News at 5 and 11 p.m. every weekday alongside Steve Raible and Morgan Palmer, a chief meteorologist. She joined the station in 2006.
Monique Ming Laven Age| Nationality
She was born in the United States of America and is therefore of American nationality and of white ethnicity. Her exact date of birth and year are still not known to the general public and will be updated as soon as we find out.
Monique Ming Laven Height| Weight
She is a woman of average stature and stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.6 meters). Her average weight is currently not known and will be updated. Her eye color is brown and her hair color is dark brown. More details about her physic and body measurements will be updated soon.
Monique Ming Laven Family| Siblings| Parents
Not much is known about Laven’s family background. We only know that she was born and raised in the U.S by her middle-class parents. Whether she has siblings or not is still not revealed but will be updated once we find out.
Monique Ming Laven Married| Divorced| Kids
She is married to her husband James Sido who is a public relations manager at Downtown Seattle Association. On August 9, 2013, the two tied their knot at Parsons Garden on Queen Anne Hill followed by a reception at Within SoDo. There is still no information on whether they have kids together and more of that will be updated soon.
Monique Ming Laven Education
Not much is known about her education background. We only know that she went to High School in America where he graduated. Ming then joined the University of California Berkeley where she was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate. More information will be updated soon.
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Monique Ming Laven KIRO 7
Ming joined KIRO 7 in June 2006 where she works as an anchor and reporter. During the week, she splits her time between anchoring and reporting. During her time at KIRO 7, she has reported on varied major stories from the field including spring snowstorms on Stevens Pass and the shooting spree at Virginia Tech. She reported live on the Amanda Knox trial and verdict from Perugia, Italy in 2009. The coverage of that story won KIRO 7 an Emmy Award and a National Headliner Award for Breaking News.
She also anchored a holiday season shooting at Westfield South center coverage on KIRO 7 which won the station an Emmy Award and a National Headliner Award for Best Newscast. Ming has presented some of Western Washington’s biggest news stories from the desk including extended coverage during the Lakewood police officers’ shootings, the murder of Seattle police officer Timothy Brenton and the shootings at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
Before joining KIRO 7, she had worked at various stations as an evening anchor and reporter: WCMH in Columbus, Ohio, WKOW in Madison, Wisconsin, and 6News in Lawrence, Kansas. During her time in the Midwest states, she traveled to New York City to cover the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Monique Ming Laven Net worth
She has an estimates net worth of $1 Million to around $5 Million as of March 2022. Details about her wealth, assets, cars she owns, houses, private jets and villas, and so much more are still not known and will be updated as soon as possible.