Alana Holland Biography
Alana Holland is an American journalist presently working as a news reporter for WZZM 13 News since January 2020. She has a strong belief in the power of unveiling the truth with journalism and Storytelling. Before, she worked as a morning show news anchor for WNEM TV5 in the Flint/Tri-City market for six years. Furthermore, Alana also covered the Flint Water Crisis.
Alana Holland Age
Alana Holland was brought up in Gaylord, Michigan, in the United States of America. Nevertheless, details with reference to her date and year of birth are currently away from the spotlight. However, the review regarding this section is ongoing and we shall update as soon as we have clear and verified information concerning her exact age.
Alana Holland Height
Alana is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Alana Holland Family
Despite being a well-known journalist, Alana has not brought to light any details with reference to her parents and siblings if she has any. However, the review regarding this section is ongoing and we shall update as soon as we have clear and verified information concerning her family.
Alana Holland Education
She went to Grand Valley State University where she attained her double major degree in Broadcasting and Journalism. Furthermore, she attended Kingston University where she studied theater.
Alana Holland Wife
She is blissfully married to her lovely husband named Brad Ivey, an executive producer at TV5. The duo first met at TV5 where Brad served as an executive producer while Alana was an anchor and reporter. The beautiful duo tied the knot in 2016.
Alana Holland Salary
She pockets a generous salary of $89,950 annually. This is according to WZZM-TV reporters’ salaries.
Alana Holland Net Worth
Alana Holland has managed to garner a quite decent fortune over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of around $1 Million.
Alana Holland Career
She is currently working as a news reporter for 13 ON YOUR SIDE, WZZM TV based in Grand Rapids since January of 2020. She has a strong belief in the power of unveiling the truth with journalism and Storytelling. She is a proud graduate of Grand Valley State University where she attained her double major degree in Broadcasting and Journalism.
Furthermore, she attended Kingston University where she studied theater. Prior to joining the WZZM news family, Alana worked as an anchor and reporter for WNEM TV 5 in the Flint/Tri-City market. While there, Alana woke up very early in the morning and anchored the morning show. Apart from that, she also covered the Flin Water Crisis.
In her free time, Alan enjoys spending time in small cities in the Thumb, wine tasting in Traverse City, soaking up the sun along the Lake Michigan shoreline hiking the Sleeping Bear Dunes as well as seeing a Tigers game in Detroit.