Dion Lim Biography
Dion Lim is a famous American journalist presently working for KGO-TV/ABC7 as a news anchor and reporter since October 2017. Formerly, she worked as the main anchor for CBS Tampa Bay’s 5 pm/6 pm and #1 rated 11 pm newscast in the 11th largest market in America.
Dion Lim Age
Dion Lim was born on 13th May 1984 in Michigan. She is 38 years old.
Dion Lim Height
Dion is a woman of medium stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.6m).
Dion Lim Family
Dion was born and brought up by her caring and supportive father and mother in Michigan, United States of America. Her family relocated from Hong Kong and Taiwan and moved to America. Her dad worked in a chemist shop.
Dion Lim Education
After finishing her primary and high school education, Dion went to Emerson College where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast journalism.
Dion Lim Husband
She is happily hitched to her handsome husband Evan Panesis who is a professional poker player. The two lovebirds exchanged their wedding vows in June 2011. The details with regard to whether Dion and her husband have kids are under the radar.
Dion Lim Salary
She pockets a satisfactory salary of $64,929 per year. This is according to KGO-TV news anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Dion Lim Net Worth
Dion Lim has piled up a decent wealth over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million -$5 Million.
Dion Lim Career
Dion landed her first on-air job in Springfield, Massachusetts, and she was later offered a job in Kansas City as an anchor. She also worked as a news anchor in North Carolina, Charlotte, and the Tampa Bay area of Florida. During her time serving, she faced racism from viewers, like being compared to Connie Chung.
Dion was serving at KGO-TV when the COVID-19 pandemic started. She had covered past attacks on Asians, such as the attack on an elderly man collecting cans in San Francisco, but she saw instances of anti-Asian sentiment increasing during the pandemic.
Dion also served as the face of NBC Charlotte, anchoring the main 5 pm/11 pm newscasts in the 22nd largest market in America with about 1.2 million television households. Furthermore, she also used to serve as a weekday morning anchor at KMBC-TV (ABC) where she created marketing opportunities to raise the profile of the television station.