Lauren Johnson Biography and Wiki
Lauren Johnson is an American news journalist currently working at ABC 11 as a reporter and anchor. She also worked at WHBQ-TV before becoming a reporter and anchor for ABC 11.
Lauren Johnson Age and Birthday
Lauren is 40 years old as of 2022. She was born in 1982, in the USA.
Lauren Johnson Height
Johnson stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Lauren Johnson Family | Parents
By her parents, Johnson was raised in the United States of America in Atlanta, Georgia. As far as we know, she hasn’t given us any details about her family or siblings. Lauren earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Furman University.
Lauren Johnson Husband and Married
There is no information on Lauren’s relationships or marital status that she has shared. It is not clear whether she is currently married or in a relationship. Her spouse and husband will be updated shortly.
Lauren Johnson Salary and Net Worth
Johnson’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.
Lauren Johnson Wikipedia | ABC 11
Johnson currently serves as a reporter and news anchor at ABC 11. When she was a college student, Lauren began her career on television as the host of FUTV, the campus network. Lauren finished internships at NBC in Greenville, the neighborhood FOX station in Atlanta, and ABC News in New York City at that period. The agreement was made for a future in journalism while working behind the scenes on Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer.
As a feature reporter for Central Florida News 13 in Orlando, Florida, Lauren’s TV career started there in 2003. Johnson lived in the sun for four years before relocating to Memphis, Tennessee to work as a health reporter for WHBQ-TV. She was nominated for multiple Emmys for her coverage of children’s healthcare concerns during her five years in Tennessee.
Lauren returned to Orlando five years after departing, and for the FOX station this time, she started the weekend edition of “Good Day Orlando.” She covered the landmark Trayvon Martin trial on her second assignment. Lauren was chosen in 2014 to introduce a weekend version of “Good Day Philadelphia.”