Kalea Gunderson Biography
Kalea Gunderson is an American journalist currently working for WSYX as a reporter. Kalea first joined the station as a multimedia journalist in 2019 and she currently reports for the station’s evening newscasts. Prior to joining WSYX, she served as a multimedia journalist for WCHS in Charleston, West Virginia.
Kalea Gunderson Age
Kalea Gunderson was born in Charleston, West Virginia, in the United States. Despite being a popular journalist, she has been very reserved about her private life and has managed to keep information about her exact year and date of birth away from the public eye. She is around 31 years old.
Kalea Gunderson Height
Gunderson is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Kalea Gunderson Family
She was born to her hardworking and supportive parents in Charleston, West Virginia, in the United States. Despite being a public figure, she has been silent about her personal life and she has not revealed the identity of her parents and siblings thus making it difficult to fathom how her childhood was or even her parent’s occupations.
Kalea Gunderson Education
Kalea Gunderson Husband
Kalea is a married woman. She regularly posts photos of her and her husband on her Instagram account. Nonetheless, Kalea has not shared the identity of her husband, when they exchanged their wedding vows and how they met.
Kalea Gunderson Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $60,000 annually. This is according to WSYX reporters’ salaries.
Kalea Gunderson’s Net Worth
Kalea Gunderson has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years and has an approximated net worth ranging between $500,000 to $1 million.
Kalea Gunderson Career
As of now, Kalea serves at WSYX as a journalist and reporter. Kalea first joined the station as a multimedia journalist in 2019 and she currently reports for the station’s evening newscasts. Prior to joining WSYX, she served as a multimedia journalist for WCHS in Charleston, West Virginia. While serving there, she covered impeachment proceedings of the Supreme Court of Appeals in West Virginia and two statewide teacher strikes. Kalea also provided coverage for southern West Virginia, Kentucky, as well as Ohio while serving at WCHS.
Furthermore, Kalea flourished a passion for storytelling while at Mountain State. She kicked off her broadcast career at WDTV in Bridgeport, West Virginia while still studying at West Virginia University.
During her career as a reporter, Kalea was honored as the Best Photojournalist by West Virginia Broadcasters Association in the year 2018. She was also honored by Virginia associated Press for her work as a multimedia journalist in 2019. In her leisure time, Kalea enjoys spending her time exploring and knowing Columbus better.