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Jamie Guirola is an American journalist from Miami, Florida currently working as a reporter for NBC6.
Jamie Guirola Biography
Jamie Guirola was actively involved in the TV production program during his time at Miami Sunset Senior High School. He continued his education at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he obtained a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Broadcast Journalism. Additionally, Jamie dedicated his time to the Florida Department of Health’s Transgender Workgroup.
With a deep-rooted connection to his hometown, Jamie eagerly reports from the place where he grew up. At the age of 17, he made history as the very first NBC 6 Junior Broadcaster, delivering a live on-air report. Currently, Jamie is proud to serve as a general assignment reporter at NBC 6, bringing over 15 years of experience in TV reporting and anchoring.
Prior to joining NBC 6 in January 2014, Jamie contributed his skills and expertise to various other stations across the country, including CBS Miami, WTVH in Syracuse, New York, WHNS in Greenville, South Carolina, KLAS in Las Vegas, and WKMG in Orlando, Florida.
Jamie’s passion for television ignited during his time at Miami Sunset Senior High School, where he actively participated in the TV production program. As an alumnus of the University of Missouri-Columbia, he finds it a privilege to be back home, sharing stories that matter to his community. Apart from serving as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters, Jamie is actively involved in the LGBTQ community. He frequently acts as an emcee for the annual Equality Florida Gala and is a member of the Miami Beach LGBTQ Advisory Committee.
For a period of time, Jamie also contributed his expertise to the Florida Department of Health’s Transgender Workgroup. During his leisure time, he enjoys engaging in CrossFit and working out. Jamie also has a passion for cooking, cherishes spending time with loved ones, and values quality moments with his dog, “Digits.”
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He was born in Miami, Florida and he also grew up here. He started working for NBC when he was 17 years old and he was the first Junior broadcast to give a live-on-air report.