Kimberly Gill is a famous American journalist currently serving at WDIV Local 4 News as an anchor. Prior to that, she was serving at KDKA-TV as a news anchor and a host located in Pittsburgh.
Kimberly Gill Age
Kimberly Gill was born in 1977, in South Carolina, in the United States, where she has not disclosed her exact date of birth but she’s 45 years of age.
Kimberly Gill Height
Gill stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx. 1.7 m).
Kimberly Gill Family
Kimberly was born to her loving parents, her father is called Clifford Gill, and her mother is called Beverly Gill in South Carolina, the United States, while her father died. She has an adorable younger sister called Karlin whom they were brought up together.
Kimberly Gill Husband
Gill is happily married to her good-looking husband called Brian Mauzy. The lovely couple got married in June 2016, and they are blessed with one awesome kid called Basil who was born in January 2019. Kimberly and her lovely family reside in Detroit.
Kimberly Gill Education
Gill studied at Newberry High School and later she joined Ashland University and graduated with an MBA in Business Administration and Management. Later, Kimberly joined USC and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Kimberly Gill Salary
Kimberly receives an annual average salary of $108,900 and this is according to WDIV anchors’ salaries.
Kimberly Gill’s Net Worth
Kimberly has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $5 million US dollars and her career as a news anchor is the source of her wealth.
Kimberly Gill Career
Since November 2014, Kimberly has been serving at WDIV located in Detroit, Michigan as a news anchor. Prior to that, she worked at KDKA-TV as a news anchor located in Pittsburgh. While still in KDKA-TV, she was the host of Your Pittsburgh which is a news magazine program.
Before going to KDKA-TV in October 2011, she was serving as a morning news co-anchor for Good Morning Cleveland and a multimedia journalist at WEWS-TV5 ABC. Her journalism career started at WBTW-TV13 CBS where she was serving as a producer and news anchor located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
She won an Emmy award two times during her journalism career and was also named the 2009 Personality of the Year by the Ohio Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame.