Ann Killion Biography
Ann Killion is a veteran American author and sports journalist presently serving at the San Francisco Chronicle located in California as a sports columnist. Since she joined in 2012, She has been a part of the station’s sports family.
She has also served several stations including the Los Angeles Times, the San Jose Mercury News, and Sports Illustrated.
Ann Killion Age
Ann Killion was born in San Francisco, California, in the United States of America, on February 21, 1961. She is 61 years old.
Ann Killion Height
Killion stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 inches (approx. 1.65 m).
Ann Killion Family
Ann was born to her supportive parents in San Francisco but raised in Mill Valley, California in the United States of America. She has managed to keep details about her family away from the public. Killion was raised in a family of five along with her two handsome brothersTom Killion and Paul. His brother Tom is presently an African Historian, author, and educator.
Ann Killion Husband
She is a single mother of two stunning children, however, what happened to her children’s father remains a mystery. The name of her children’s father and information about her previous relationships remain unavailable. As soon as she reveals the information to the public, This section shall be updated. Currently, Ann still resides at Mill Valley.
Ann Killion Salary
Ann’s average salary is $91,680 per year. This is according to San Francisco Chronicles anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Ann Killion Net Worth
Killion has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million.
Ann Killion Career
Currently, Ann serves as a sports columnist at San Francisco Chronicle since she joined the station in 2012. Killion for over three decades has covered Bay Area sports. Furthermore, She has covered several World Cups, 11 Olympics, and the Tour de France.
Killion is an award-winning columnist, who has been called California Sportswriter for three years which was in 2014, 2017, and 2018.
Since she began her career she has served for the Los Angeles Times, the San Jose Mercury News, and Sports Illustrated.
Other than her journalism career, Killion is also among the best-selling author in the United States and has published books such as Throw Like a Girl: How to Dream Big & Believe in Yourself, Champions of Men’s Soccer in 2018, and Solo: A Memoir of Hope.