Tammie Souza Bio, KYW, Age, Height, Parents, Spouse, Children, Salary, and Net Worth

Who is Tammie Souza?

Tammie Souza is an American of Spanish and Portuguese descent meteorologist who is working for KYW as a meteorologist. She joined the CBS Philadelphia team in December 2021. Occasionally, she serves CBS Chicago as a fill-in meteorologist.

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Tammie Souza Date of Birth / Age

Souza is approximately in her 40s as of 2022 although her exact age is not known as she has managed to keep her date of birth away from the public. Even so, she celebrates her birthday on January 29th. However, we will update the information once available.

Tammie Souza Height

Souza stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Tammie Souza Parents and Siblings

Souza was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and raised in San Diego, California. She manages to keep information regarding her parents, siblings, and extended members of her family away from the limelight. Even so, her father served on the NASA Space program. Further, she has a sister, Patty,  and a brother. While her sister served as a broadcast meteorologist, her brother serves as an airplane pilot. Unfortunately, her sister, Amy passed away from brain cancer when she was 4 years old. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.

Tammie Souza Spouse(Husband)

Souza exchanged vows with her husband, Greg Hendricks. The couple has a son. They reside in Montgomery County. Nonetheless, the information will be updated once available.

Tammie Souza Kids / Children

Souza has a son named Caleb with her husband. Caleb was born on February 12th, 2009, and is 13 years old as of 2022. Further, he survived a grade 1 glioma when he was 8 years old after an emergency brain surgery at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. Also, she has a cat named Mr. Waffles. However, we will update this information once more details concerning this are available.

Tammie Souza Education

After completing her high school education, Souza went on to attend

Tammie Souza Career

Souza works for KYW as a meteorologist. She joined the CBS Philadelphia team in December 2021. Occasionally, she serves CBS Chicago as a fill-in meteorologist. Among a handful of women in the nation, she holds both the prestigious CBM (AMS) Certified Broadcast Meteorology Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society and the NWA Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association.

The seals represent strict educational necessity in atmospheric science and the highest level of competency in communicating climate change, complex weather, and science. Also, she served as the initial nominated female chairman of the National AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology. Additionally, she served on several national boards for both organizations. Currently, she serves as an evaluator for AMS/CBM and NWA Seal applicants.

Prior to CBS 3, she served WCAU as the Chief Meteorologist for NBC10. Moreover, she served CBS 3 Philadelphia’s sister station WBBM in Chicago. Furthermore, she served in Chicago at WMAQ as a weekend meteorologist for NBC Chicago. Furthermore, she served WFLD as a weekday morning meteorologist on FOX Chicago.

In addition to that, she served as the key female Chief Meteorologist in Tampa/St Petersburg at WTSP. To boot, she served WDJT in Milwaukee as a weekday meteorologist. During her career, she has provided coverage for tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, heatwaves, floods, earthquakes, and wildfires. Moreover, she has garnered 9 Emmy awards.

Counting, Best Weathercast, Best Science Story, and live reporting from the California Wildfires. With an Associated Press Award, she was recognized for scuba diving on a 125-year-old Shipwreck. On the other hand, she attained a Chicago Headline Club Award for escaping a submerged car. Else, she served as a national NABJ award nominee for the Mystery of Lake Michigan’s Underground Railroad Ships.

Following her son’s survival of a brain tumor, she became a warrior for Pediatric Brain Tumor Research. Souza’s involved with Disaster Relief, Pet Adoption, and STEM education. For instance, the “Weather-With-Class” chain of weather and science presentations for schools. Further, she has interests in her Spanish-Portuguese heritage, organic gardening, scuba diving, snow skiing, flying, and watching football, baseball, and hockey.

On a side note, she enjoys traveling and has spent time as an exchange student in Japan. Also, she served as a goodwill ambassador to Portugal.

How Much Does Tammie Souza Earn?

Souza approximately earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.

How Much is Tammie Souza Worth?

As a meteorologist, Souza has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.

Tammie Souza HandSurgery/ Brain Tumor

In June 2019, Souza underwent hand surgery. “So where have I been? NOT on vacation 😞Instead I had hand surgery ✋ I’ll be back on Friday with a much smaller b..” She posted on her Facebook account. Further, she did not suffer from a brain tumor rather it was her son and sister, Amy. Unfortunately, her sister died as a result of the tumor when Souza was 4  years old. On the other hand, her son survived after undergoing an emergency brain surgery at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. The tumor was fully encapsulated and had the size of a lemon.

Caleb had splitting migraines, vomited, and could not see well while he was playing baseball. Due to the symptoms, they initially thought that he had a cold or flu but his mom, Souza was sure that it was a brain tumor as she had encountered cancer when her sister was sick. Further, he was taken to the hospital and was diagnosed with a grade 1 glioma. Even though he was scheduled for surgery, Caleb experienced unbearable pain thus an emergency surgery was done.

“For us, the support we got made the biggest difference. Which is part of why it’s so important to raise funds. You want the research, you want treatments specific to children, not adults. Because they’re totally different people. Different dosages, different treatments, and you want support for families and siblings. I was a sibling that lost my sister and they didn’t have that back then either, which was very difficult,” Souza voiced.

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