Heather Childers Biography
Heather Childers is an eminent Award-winning journalist currently working as a co-anchor at Newsmax TV since November 2020. She anchors the American Agenda show alongside Bob Sellers. Initially, Heather worked as a Reporter for Fox News Channel in New York City for a decade.
Heather Childers Age
Heather Childers was born on 7th January 1969, in Charlotte, North Carolina, in the United States of America. She is 53 years old.
Heather Childers Height
Heather is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.71 m).
Heather Childers Family
Heather was born to her caring mother and stalwart father in Hartsville, South Carolina, and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States of America. Her mother is Barabara Childers and her father is Tobe Childers. She was raised alongside her beautiful sister Scarlett.
Heather Childers Education
She graduated with a high school diploma from Myers Park High School in 1987. Later, she enrolled at North Carolina University in Charlotte where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English.
Heather Childers Husband
She is gladly married to her nice-looking husband named Tom Zban since June 2022. Heather got engaged to her caring fiance Tom on 5th March 2022.
Heather Childers Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $83,969 annually. This is according to Newsmax TV Co-anchors’ salaries.
Heather Childers Net Worth
Heather Childers has over the years stockpiled a lot of wealth primarily from her journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Heather Childers Career
Since November 2020, Heather has been working as a Co-anchor at Newsmax TV. She anchors the American Agenda show alongside Bob Sellers. Prior to that, Heather worked as a Reporter for Fox News Channel based in New York City for a decade. In August 2011, she was upgraded to being an anchor for America’s News Headquarters. Later on, Heather was the morning host for the launched program Fox and Friends First which aired from 4 am – 5 am in the year 2017.
Following her graduation from the University of North Carolina, Heather was hired at Chapel Hill and later joined WCNC-TV as a producer and reporter. She worked at Asheville, North Carolina, Albany, Georgia, and at WLOS, an ABC affiliate station for more than a decade.
Heather left the Fox News Channel station after appearing on her morning show visibly sick in March 2020. She was asked to stay home but later reported to work the next morning. Furthermore, Heather had undertaken the COVId-19 test the results were negative but she was not rehired by the station.