Emily Holwick Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KMBC
March 29, 2022
Emily Holwick Biography
Emily Holwick is an American television journalist currently working on KMBC, an ABC-affiliated television station in Kansas City, Missouri as the weekend evening news reporter and anchor since joining the news channel in November 2015. Before, she serves as a Morning news anchor before she was promoted to weekend evening reporter and anchor. Emily began as a weekend reporter and anchor when she joined the news channel.
Emily Holwick Age
Emily was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, the United States of America. Holwick has however not mentioned any information concerning her exact date and year of birth. Emily is around 36 years old.
Emily Holwick Height
Emily Holwick Family
Emily was born to her loving and caring parents in Erie, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Holwick has however not mentioned any information concerning her parents or if she has siblings.
Emily Holwick Education
Holwick went to Mercyhurst Preparatory School. She then joined CAPA International Education, in London, United Kingdom. Later, she attended the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication.
Emily Holwick Husband
Emily Holwick is currently hitched to her beloved husband called Evan. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in March 2019. The couple is blessed with one child. The family is currently residing in Kansas City, Missouri.
Emily Holwick Salary
She earns a decent salary of $78,705 per year. This is in accordance with KMBC News anchors’ salaries.
Emily Holwick Net Worth
Emily Holwick has accumulated a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Emily Holwick Career
Emily Holwicck is currently serving at KMBC, an ABC-affiliated television station in Kansas City, Missouri as the weekend evening news anchor and reporter. Emily joined KMBC in November of 2015. Before, she serves as a Morning news anchor before she was promoted to weekend evening reporter and anchor. Emily began as a weekend reporter and anchor when she joined the news channel.
She has also served at WSEE-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania. Emily joined WSEE-TV in December 2013 but left in October 2015. There, she produced and anchored the 6, 10, and 11 p.m. newscasts for SEE News. She anchored and obtained a Fulbright scholarship to join the German Fulbright Commission’s Berlin Capital Program and produced segments for One Caribbean Television. In 2014, Emily was a finalist for the Press Club of Western PA Golden Quill Awards. Furthermore, Emily interned at ABC News for 4 months as a Nightline reporter in New York.