Leah Hope is an American Award-winning News Journalist currently working for ABC 7 News as a News anchor and reporter. Hope joined ABC 7 in 1997. Prior to joining ABC 7 News, Hope worked at KATU-TV, the ABC affiliate in Portland, Oregon.
Leah Hope Age
Hope is in her mid-30s however, the Award-winning News Journalist has not shared details about her age and date of birth.
Leah Hope Height
Hope stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) tall.
Leah Hope Family
Hope is the great-granddaughter of John Hope; the first African-American president of Morehouse College in Atlanta. She has credited her family for their love and support, although she has not revealed any details about her Parents nor her siblings neither, hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Leah Hope Husband
Hope is married to Bryan Smith. The couple has been together for more than a decade now. Bryan Smith is a Chicago magazine writer, and they reside in the Chicago area. The couple has no children yet.
Leah Hope Education
Hope is a B.S. degree holder in Broadcast Journalism/Political Science from Syracuse University in New York.
Leah Hope Salary
Working as a journalist at ABC 7, Hope receives an annual average salary of $43,536.
Leah Hope’s Net Worth
Hope has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million US dollars. Credits to her career as a journalist which is her primary source of income.
Leah Hope Career
Hope is a notable Award-winning News Journalist currently working for ABC 7 News as a News anchor and reporter since 1997. Prior to joining ABC 7 News, Hope worked at KATU-TV, the ABC affiliate in Portland, Oregon.
Hope also worked at KATU-TV, where she anchored weekend evening newscasts and reported during the week. Previously, she held the same position at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Hope is also a Journalism Advisory Board member at Columbia College and belongs to several journalism organizations including: The investigative Reporters and Editors Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, American Women in Radio and Television, the National Academy of Television Arts, and Sciences.