Heather Brown Biography and Wiki
Heather Brown is an American news journalist currently working at WCCO-TV as a reporter and news anchor. She also worked at WNYW before becoming a reporter and anchor for WCCO-TV.
Heather Brown Age and Birthday
Brown is 45 years old as of 2022. Brown was born on June 21, 1977, in the USA.
Heather Brown Height
Brown stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches.
Heather Brown Family | Parents
By her parents, Heather was raised in the United States of America in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As far as we know, she hasn’t given us any details about her family or siblings. Brown attended Colgate University where she graduated with honors. In addition, she also holds a Master’s degree in public policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Heather Brown Husband and Married
Brown is happily married to Navy veteran Joe Krengel, whom she adores. The couple has been blessed with three gorgeous children during their marriage.
Heather Brown Salary and Net Worth
Brown’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Heather Brown Wikipedia | WCCO
Brown currently serves as a news anchor for WCCO-TV in Minnesota. She appears on WCCO 4 News at 10 as well as WCCO This Morning and WCCO Mid-Morning. After working for two years as a reporter at the New York City Fox affiliate WNYW, she returned to WCCO in October 2012. She primarily covered New York City public schools when she was in the Big Apple, but she also had the chance to cover breaking news about Hurricane Sandy and the 10th anniversary of September 11th.
WCCO employed Heather from 2006 to 2010. The disastrous forest fires in the Boundary Waters, the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, and the 35W bridge collapse were a few of her most memorable tales. She also covered tornadoes in western Minnesota and Fargo’s record flooding for CBS News.
Heather formerly worked at WIS in Columbia, South Carolina, before moving to Minnesota. She reported from Biloxi on Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath, covered the South Carolina Democratic primary for president in 2004, and created an award-winning educational series that assisted children in obtaining the necessary school materials for many South Carolina classrooms.