Audrey Hasson is a famous American anchor. The Award-winning journalist serves as an anchor at NBC4 located in Columbus, Ohio. Hassan currently works at WCMH-TV, NBC4 in Columbus, Ohio as a weekend evening News Anchor and Reporter. He became part of the NBC4 news team in Jul 2015.
Hasson’s role by then was to work as a reporter and a multimedia journalist. Prior to that, she served as a host at WASU Public Media. While still there, She served as the host of the Magazine’s program Broad and high.
Audrey Hasson Age
Audrey Hasson was born in Columbus, Ohio, United States of America. She is around 39 years of age.
Audrey Hasson Height
Hasson is a bit tall in stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches ( Approximately 1.68 meters).
Audrey Hasson Family
Hasson was born to her mother Denise Hasson and her father Dan Hasson in Columbus, Ohio but was brought up in Pickerington, Ohio, United States of Age. She was raised alongside her brother Stephen, Sisters Denean, Maggie, and Elizabeth.
Audrey Hasson Husband
Hasson has a Yorkie named Henry who runs the house When it comes to their personal life, she is very private, especially with matters regarding her marital status. It’s thus not known if she is single, dating, engaged, or married.
Audrey Hasson Education
Hasson studied and graduated from Ohio High School. While still there, she was an artist and an athlete. After high school, she joined Otterbein College and graduated with a BFA degree in Musical Theater.
Audrey Hasson Salary
Hasson receives an annual salary of $69,722. This is according to NBC4 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Audrey Hasson’s Net Worth
Hasson has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Audrey Hasson Career
Hasson is the Midday News Anchor and a Reporter at NBC4. She has been working at the NBC4 station as a sports and news anchor for more than 5 years. Hasson owns Emmy Awards and also AP Awards for her journalism job. She takes pride in attaining the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s “Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity”.
The award was given to her Media Service Award in 2017. Prior to joining NBC4, she was a WOSU Public Media employee. Hasson worked as the Host of the magazine program called “Broad & High,”.
Before that, she labored for the WNBA Washington Mystics as their side-line reporter, and even for Fox News Channel in New York City. Hasson now enjoys serving at NBC4 because it’s located in her hometown of Columbus. She was raised in Pickerington.
Hasson’s whole family still lives in Columbus. Hasson’s brother works as an Army Veteran. Hasson offers assistance to Veterans and their families. Further, she has a Yorkie called Henry, who runs the house.