Barbara Gibbs Biography
Barbara Gibbs an American news journalist, television host, and news anchor working at WTVD-TV ABC 11 Eyewitness News in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina as a morning and noon co-anchor. He as well serves along-with Anchor John Cark Amber Rupinta and ABC11 AccuWeather Meteorologist Don Schwenneker.
Barbara Gibbs Age
Barbara was born on September 7th, 1967, in Memphis, Tennessee, the United States of America.
Barbara Gibbs Height
She stands tall at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.6 m.)
Barbara Gibbs Family
Gibbs was born to Ferrill Louis Gibbs Sr. and Linnie Scruggs Gibbs. Her family relocated thrice, first to Texas, New Jersey, and later settled in Mobile, Alabama. She was raised up along with her sister named Carol Anne Braswell, and a brother, Ferrill Jr.
Barbara Gibbs Husband
Gibbs is engaged to Kevin Allen and were set to wedd on November 14th, 2020, but the date got uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gibbs and Kevin were due to wed at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina.
Barbara Gibbs Salary
Gibbs erans an annual estimated salary of $86,900.
Barbara Gibbs Net Worth
Gibbs has an estimated net worth range of between $1 million – $5 million.
Barbara Gibbs Education
She enrolled at Auburn University in Alabama and later graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and a minor in sociology.
Barbara Gibbs ABC 11 News
Gibbs ia known to have served at WTVQ in Lexington, Kentucky as the morning news anchor. She then relocated to Roanoke, Virginia where she served for WSLS-TV as a co-anchor of the 6 and 11 newscasts on Channel 10. She as well served for two years at WSLS News.
She then moved to North Carolina and began working with ABC 11 Eyewitness News in 2011. She is as well a co-anchor of the morning and noon newscasts together-with Anchor John Clark, Amber Rupinta, and ABC11 AccuWeather Meteorologist Don Schwenneker.
She is known for telling stories about the positive power of the human spirit. She is also known to have earned an Emmy Award for a feature story for Homeless Singers. On his story of three homeless men in Raleigh with a deep call to becoming gospel artists. She as well earned an Emmy nomination for a second feature “Barbara Gibbs’ Little Valentine,” the story about a young boy in Spring Lake, NC, who touched her heart on Valentine’s Day.