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Date of Birth: 1958 , July-17
Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Diana Williams

1958 Born in United States
1980 Graduated from Duke University
1982 Worked at WSOC
1991 Joined WABC
1999 Joined Beutel on the 6 pm newscast
2001 Covered September 11, 2001, attacks
2008 Covered the news about the fall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer
1985 Married to Douglas Wayne Shanks

Detail Timeline of Diana Williams

July 17 , 1958

Born in United States

 Talented and sedulous lady, Diana Williams was born at the end of 1950s in United States of America. She was raised in Durham, North Carolina with her parents. Her nationality is American and she is of white ethnicity.

1980

Graduated from Duke University

After her high school graduation from some high school in United States, Diana joined Duke University. There she majored in economics. Besides her major in economics, she also took several other minors. She finally earned her bachelor's degree from there in 1980.

1982

Worked at WSOC

After she earned her bachelor's degree, she took an intern at WTVD in Durham. After doing an intern for several months, she finally joined WSOC and she began working there as a reporter. After that she also worked as a weeknight anchor at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. at WBTV.

1991

Joined WABC

 In 1987, she joined WNEV (now WHDH) and she worked there for about half a decade. In 1991, she was hired by WABC as a reporter. Few months later, she was named the weekend anchor at the station.

1999

Joined Beutel on the 6 pm newscast

In the 1990s, she was also seen at the station's 11 p.m. Eyewitness News newscast as its co anchor with Bill Beutel. In 1999, she joined Beutel and began working on the 6 p.m. newscast.

September 11 , 2001

Covered September 11, 2001, attacks

Diana TV journalist and a news anchor. She is best known for her work at WABC television. She covered most of the news about the September 11, 2001, attacks for WABC. She also covered its tenth anniversary in 2011. 

2008

Covered the news about the fall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer

She has been active as a journalist since the 1980s. She has also covered several hot news of the world. In 2008, she covered the news about the fall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. She has also been in almost all of the U.S. presidential nominating convention. 

1985

Married to Douglas Wayne Shanks

In 1985, Diana got married to Douglas Wayne Shanks. As a loving husband and wife, they have already welcomed a child named Nathaniel Williams. It’s been about three decades; they have been bonded into this married life.

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In 1985, Diana got married to Douglas Wayne Shanks. As a loving husband and wife, they have already welcomed a child named Nathaniel Williams. It’s been about three decades; they have been bonded into this married life. Her nationality is American and she is of white ethnicity.

After her high school graduation from some high school in United States, Diana joined Duke University. There she majored in economics. Besides her major in economics, she also took several other minors. She finally earned her bachelor's degree from there in 1980. Later on she took an intern at WTVD in Durham. After doing an intern for several months, she finally joined WSOC and she began working there as a reporter. After that she also worked as a weeknight anchor at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. at WBTV. In 1987, she joined WNEV (now WHDH) and she worked there till 1991. In 1991, she was hired by WABC as a reporter. Few months later, she was named its weekend anchor. In the 1990s, she was also seen at the station's 11 p.m. Eyewitness News newscast as its co anchor with Bill Beutel. Her net worth is $1.5 million. She is now aged 57 years old.