Hannah Storm Biography
Hannah Storm (full name: Hannah Storen Hicks) is a famous award-winning American sports journalist, director, author, and producer. As of now, she serves as an anchor for the ESPYs, SportsCenter, and more programs at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel stationed in Bristol, Connecticut since 2008. Hannah is the executive producer and host of primetime interview specials: In Focus with Hannah Storm.
Hannah Storm Age
Hannah was born on 13th June 1962, in Oak Park, Illinois, the United States of America. She is 60 years old.
Hannah Storm Height
Hannah is a woman of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.75m).
Hannah Storm Family
She was born to her loving and caring parents in Oak Park, Illinois, the United States of America. Hannah is the daughter of Mike Storen who is a sports executive. Her dad was once a president of the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA, general manager of that league’s Indiana Pacers, Memphis Sounds franchises, and Kentucky Colonels as well as commissioner of the American Basketball Association. her mother, Hannah G. Storen, is a real estate broker.
Hannah Storm Education
She joined The Westminster Schools in Atlanta, Georgia where she attained her High School diploma. Later on, she matriculated at the University of Notre Dame, in Indiana, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Hannah Storm Husband
Hannah is gladly married to her caring husband named Dan Hicks who is an American sportscaster for NBC Sports. The adorable couple got hitched on 8th January 1994. They are blessed with three beautiful daughters namely; Hannah, Ellery, and Riley Hicks. The lovely family resides in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Hannah Storm Salary
She receives a decent salary of $79,385 per year. This is according to ESPN sports anchors’ salaries.
Hannah Storm Net Worth
Hannah Storm has amassed a lot of wealth over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $4 Million.
Hannah Storm Career
At this present moment, Hannah serves as an anchor for the ESPYs, SportsCenter, and more programs at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel stationed in Bristol, Connecticut since 2008. Hannah is the executive producer and host of primetime interview specials: In Focus with Hannah Storm.
Prior to joining ESPN, she served as a host at NBC Sports. While there, Hannah hosted NBC’s premier sports events, such as the “NBA on NBC” and the four Olympics. Also, she became the first woman in American television history to solo host a broadcast network’s sports series when hosting Major League Baseball coverage, such as three World Series. Hannah kicked off her journalism career at CNN. There she became the female host on CNN Sports Tonight. Furthermore, she served as a host for The Early Show on CBS News.
Furthermore, Hannah has served as a correspondent for ABC’s 20/20, where she has done pieces with Shark Tank stars Kevin O’Leary and Robert Herjavec. Moreover, Hannah served at CBS News as a host of The Early Show. While there, she reported on major news events ranging from the Iraqi War and Hurricane Katrina to the Presidential election in 2004.