As a general assignment reporter for the ABC7 Eyewitness News, she is one on the scene with the latest. Darsha Philips is the reporter famous for her lively reports and wondrous smile for ABC7 Eyewitness News and being the first to report what’s happening around the world. Hitting only the most recent news in her vicinity, she is known to be the first person who you see on television when it comes down to the most highlighted news of the day.
Career and Progression:
She interned at ABC7 while in college pursuing a journalism degree. Darsha got her first taste of journalism interning at KABC-TV in LA. After college, Darsha's career took her to Toledo, Ohio where she covered many stories on the mortgage foreclosure crisis and the unemployment rate as well as the 2008 Primary.
She now works for Eye Witness News the information has not been up on display, but she is happily working every day so far. She enjoys bringing news to the people, real and fundamental things and being herself when she is bringing the news. She likes engaging the story with importance and seriousness and has not shown any signs of leaving the job anytime soon.
She is a hard worker that is a fact when it comes to reporting and doing her job she is without a net worth or if there is any information about her salary. She had many reports of people whom she reported on from gangster, mobster, and murders but no regards about her net worth.
Besides loving her dog hopelessly she also has a husband whom she recently married, posting about her marriage and her happy life. It is unsure when she was engaged to her boyfriend let alone know about her relationship or past relationships she kept secret. Darsha recently had her wedding in November 2016 according to wiki sources.
She also has a love for animals all kinds including her dog as well as the great outdoors. She loves watching Bollywood films and hiking. She is still with her husband as far as we know and have not been any word about a divorce taking place and the couple is living happily together and hope they raise a have a family soon.
Not only is she a well-established reporter she is also a mixed race of Sri Lanka and American. It is not sure from which side of the family she has that heritage. The youngest of four sisters, she was raised in Arcadia as are her parents now, near Los Angeles, and she says her older sisters and her parents are her inspiration. She has also not given any information about her age as she works in media business she tends to keep her personal life private.