Hank Phillippi Ryan Biography
Hank Phillippi Ryan (Full name: Harriet Ann Sablosky) is a preeminent American journalist currently working as an investigative reporter at Channel 7 News on WHDH-TV, a local television station based in Boston, Massachusetts. Furthermore, she is also an author of mystery novels.
Previously, she served as a political reporter at WTHR-TV in Indianapolis in 1975, and later as a political reporter and weekend anchor at WSB-TV in Atlanta in 1976.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Age
Hank Phillippi Ryan was born on 17th November 1951, in Indianapolis, Indiana, in the United States of America. She is 70 years old.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Height
Hank is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (Approx1.65 m)
Hank Phillippi Ryan Family
Hank was born and brought up by her loving and caring father and mother in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her father worked as a Foreign Service Officer located in London. However, Hank has not divulged any details with reference to either her mother or whether she has siblings.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Husband
She is gladly married to her beloved husband Jonathan Shapiro, a civil rights and criminal defense lawyer. The pair stays in suburban Boston. The duo has two grown-up stepchildren.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Education
Hank attended Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio, and also matriculated at the International School in Hamburg, Germany.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Salary
She receives a good salary of $74,561 per year. This is according to Channel 7 investigative reporters’ salaries.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Net Worth
Hank Phillippi Ryan has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years of her work and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Hank Phillippi Ryan Career
Hank landed her first job in broadcasting in the year 1971 at WIBC radio as a reporter, then after a while as a legislative assistant for the Administrative Practice in Washington, DC. She also served on the Procedure Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee and became an editorial assistant at Rolling Stone’s Washington Bureau.
She joined WTHR-TV located in Indianapolis in 1975 as a political reporter, then WSB-TV based in Atlanta as a weekend anchor and political reporter in 1976. Hank joined WNEV-TV (now WHDH) as a general assignment reporter in 1983 and she was named principal reporter for the station’s investigative unit in 1989. Hank has won 14 Edward R. Murrow and 37 Emmy Awards Awards for her consumer and investigative reporting.