Juanita Phillips is a well-known Australian journalist and news presenter. She was born in Brisbane on the 11th of October 1963. At this time, Phillips can be seen presenting weeknight newscasts in Sydney for ABC News NSW.
Phillips started out in the journalism industry in Brisbane in 1982 as a cadet journalist at The Courier-Mail, where she later became a columnist and feature writer.Phillips began her broadcasting career as a reporter and presenter at TVQ-10 in Brisbane in the early 1990s.
In 1993, she made her debut on a national stage as a regular presenter on Ten Eyewitness News’ weekend late edition, which was broadcast from the studios of Network Ten in Brisbane.
After a year had passed, Phillips relocated to Sydney to work alongside Ron Wilson on TEN-10’s Ten News First at Five. She took over for Sandra Sully as the lead female presenter for the bulletin, a role she held for two years before being replaced by Jessica Rowe.
Juanita Phillips Husband
After a six-week engagement, Phillips married Mario Milostic, an Australian graphic designer, in 2002. Their son was born in 2003, and their daughter was born in 2006.
Phillips took a leave of absence from the ABC in 2009 to care for her children while her husband Mario was undergoing treatment for colon cancer. They split up in 2010.
Phillips began working with Greg Combet, the Federal Government’s Minister for Climate Change, in 2012. A first-class international trip paid for with government funding sparked problems in the relationship in 2013.
Juanita Phillips Net Worth
It is estimated that Juanita Phillips has a net worth of between $3 million and $5 million. She had a very successful career in journalism, which is how she gained her riches.