Among the people in the world with extra ordinary life story, Michaela Pereira is one. 26 August, 1970 born Michaela Pereira is now in her 43. She is renowned as an active & intelligent CNN anchor & has the body weight of 243 lbs.
Michaela Pereira was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was born from a White Canadian mother & a Black Jamaican father. After three months from her birth, Michaela was adopted by the Thomsons, a British Columbian white couple. Among the five daughters, the couple adopted, Michaela is an African Canadian where as others four are Native Americans. She spent a diverse full childhood because of the ethnic variation between her siblings & her parents. Michael finds her very much grateful & fortunate that she got a chance to be a member of such family which was full of love & stability. Although Michaela worked & lived for many years in the United States, she still holds the Citizenship of Canada. She completed her graduation in Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. Michaela speaks Portuguese including English & was very much passionate about snowboarder until her recently done knee surgery.
Michaela Pereira began her career on the Canadian television with the help of different roles including in music videos, commercials & also documentaries. In 1994, Michaela got a job in CHECH- TV of Canada as a reporter & also hosted a magazine program. She went to U. S. in 1998 in order to host ZDTV’s ‘Internet Tonight’. In 2001, after the ‘Inter Tonight’ was canceled, Michaela started hosting ‘Techlive’ regularly till 2004. After her last episode on the show in 6th February, 2004, Michaela signed KTLA & moved to Los Angeles. Michaela worked as the co- host for 9 years in number 1 morning show of Los Angeles, ‘KTLA Morning News’. On 1st January, 2007, she replaced Stephanie Edwards & appeared as the co- host of ‘Tournament of Roses Parade’ coverage along with Bob Eubanks, a former host of a game show. She again did the same in 2008. On 28th March, 2013, there was a announcement that Michaela Pereira will be hosting a CNN’s new morning show & is about to leave KTLA.
Michaela Pereira is widely supported for her work as advocate for the child rights. She gained a lot of public hold up for her outstanding effort for the social welfare through the news & television to the people’s lives. Appreciating her work, she was awarded with Emmy Award for eight times, Mark Twin Awards for two times & also Radio & TV News Association Golden Mike Award for three times. She is mostly popular for anchoring in ‘New Day’, a morning show of CNN. Along with her camera work, Michaela is also interactive with the local communities. She is even involved in several kinds of organizations including Southern California’s The Black Journalist Association, NAACP, The National Association of Black Journalists & American Women in Radio & Television. Beside this, Michaela is also supporting CASA as a board member, this helps foster care’s children. Including these all, Michaela is also engaged to other various child supportive organizations.