Emily Taguchi is an American television producer who is working at ABC News. Previously, she worked as a member of a production team in various news companies. Apart from being a producer, she also serves as a writer and a camerawoman for Nightline.
Is Emily Taguchi Married? How is Her Personal Life Going on?
Emily Taguchi is one of those people who live an extremely secretive life. To this day, very little has been learned about her personal life. This is mainly because of her reticent personality.
Although the female producer has a Twitter and Instagram account, she only posts things related to her work on the former while putting her Instagram account private. It seems like she prefers to live a low-key life away from any external interference.
SOURCE: Emily Taguchi's Twitter (@emily_taguchi)
There has never been any news in the media about her love life. Having said that, it seems highly unlikely that she has not married yet.
Taguchi very well may have been living with her husband and also share one or two kids with her partner. Let's
Emily Taguchi's Net Worth And Career
Emily Taguchi has been working professionally as a producer for more than fifteen years now. From her years of hard work, she has an estimated net worth of $500,000. Emily's net worth is similar to other producers like Sari Aviv and Desiree Gruber.
On average, the salary of an American television producer is $70,613 in a year; however, an ABC News producer can earn at least $103,016 annually. Emily has been working for a good number of years now; therefore, she should earn at least 100 grand in a year.
Emily began her career as a producer in 2007 when she worked as a field producer and a camera operator for KQED in San Francisco. After working for a year there, she started working at PBS Sound Tracks as a coordinating producer. Later, she joined PBS Frontline as a producer and a director.
From 2013-2014, she worked as a coordinating producer at Kikim Media in Menlo Park, California, where she stayed for a year. In May 2016, she joined ABC News serving as a producer for the late-night television news program, "Nightline."
In March 2018, she served as a writer, producer, and director for a one-hour documentary on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students who experienced the shooting firsthand.
Documentaries And Movies
In her career, Emily Taguchi has directed and produced several documentaries and movies. Following the aftermath of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students lost their lives in February 2018-she, produced a documentary film titled "After Parkland" in 2020.
Check out the trailer of Emily Taguchi produced the documentary film "After Parkland" (2020)!
The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in April 2019. "After Parkland" won the Best Documentary Jury Prize at the Key West Film Festival.
Taguchi also produced "Taller Than The Trees," a short documentary about aging in Japan. Likewise, she also worked as a coordinating producer on the Emmy-nominated film "In Defense of Food."
Quick Facts: Emily Taguchi
- Emily Taguchi was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan.
- She attended Tufts University, where she got her Bachelor's Degree in International Relations. Later, she went to the University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated Master's Degree in Journalism.
- She has been nominated for Emmy Awards multiple times for her contribution to journalism and has won a dePont-Columbia Award.