Sherry Margolis is a successful reporter and news anchor of general American media Fox 2, WJBK. Multitalented personality Margolis has won outstanding awards, including six Emmy Awards.
Besides, she has won the hearts of the American audience, is a perfect example of beauty with the brain. Blessed with timeless elegance, too, she can earn a massive fandom.
Furthermore, Sherry is a social activist and a member of several community organizations.
Birthday: December 1973
Birthplace: Detroit, US
Residence: Detroit, US
Ethnicity: European Jew
Marital Status: Married
Husband: Jeffrey Lloyd Zaslow
Children: 3 daughters
Profession: Anchor and Reporter
Net worth: $2 million
Salary: $70,000 estimated
Education: State University of New York, New York
Hair Color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Facebook: 9.2k Followers
Twitter: 1.2k followers
Sherry Margolis: Early Life and Education
Sherry was born in Detroit, US, in December 1973. She has not yet disclosed the information regarding her family, parents, siblings, and the exact date of birth.
Margolis went to South High School, Detriot. Despite young age, she worked as an editor in her school newspaper and wrote the Amherst Bee column of the paper. Most probably, this event shows her early symptoms of achieving significant success in her coming days.
Afterward, she graduated cum laude with a degree in English from the State University of New York at Buffalo, New York, referred to as UB. She was a teaching assistant at the Department of Communication after her graduation.
Margolis’s Profession and Career
According to sources, she wanted to become an English teacher back then but changed her mind getting into the journalism profession.
Margolis was in her last semester of graduate school when she first worked as a reporter at ABC affiliate.
Later, Morgalis joined the Fox 2 affiliated to WJBK television station, licensed to Detroit, Michigan, the US in 1984. Sooner, she hosted a daily children’s program, ‘The Jelly Roll Review.’
She worked at the station in Fox 2 news since September of the same year. Since then, she was able to earn a big name and fame being a reporter and an anchor. She was a co-anchor of 5 am Fox 2 morning news, where she reported with Kam Carman. Later, she worked on weekdays as an anchor in two programs.
Being a renowned on-screen personality, she served the WJBK-TV station for more than 35 years, according to the sources. She has announced her retirement in the year 2020, as she had preplanned.
Furthermore, Margolis has involved in big projects as in yearly ‘Tribute to Our Troops’ on veterans day, ‘Still Standing,’ a show about people who have risen over the tragedies of lives, ‘Holiday Connection’ series of community groups manifesting high impacts.
Margolis is an active social activist who has involved in different community organizations like Gleaners Food Bank, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and the Asthma and Allergy Foundation.
Awards received by Margolis
Sherry Margolis being one of the topliners personality in American global media, has won awards for her hard work and dedication.
She is a victor of six Emmy Awards, which includes two for being the best anchor and has won two Edward R. Murrow awards.
She is the winner of the first yearly ‘Network Involvement Award’ by the University of Michigan for her report on proposed government changes that subverted custom curriculum programs in Michigan schools in 2002.
Also, she was honored by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and the Associated Press and other several organizations as well.
Margolis and her married life
Margolis tied the knot with Jeffrey Zaslow, the best selling author and an editorialist in The Wall Street journal. Zaslow often worked for The New York Times. They seem to have dated for many years before getting married. Other information about their marriage is missing as Margolis appears to be a reserved kind of person.
Together they are the parents of three daughters.
Unfortunately, she lost her spouse Zaslow in a road accident in 2012 after a long time of sharing their marital vows.