Leigh Moody Biography
Leigh Moody is a preeminent award-winning journalist presently working as the main evening anchor at KY3-TV based in Springfield. Leigh has been a part of the station’s news team since November 2010.
Before joining KY3, she worked as a news anchor at WEYI-TV, an NBC affiliate located in Michigan for nine years and seven months. In her spare time, Leigh enjoys reading, cooking, and volunteering, especially for animal charities.
Leigh Moody Age
Leigh Moody was born on 6th February 1971, in Palm Harbor, Florida, in the United States. She is 51 years old.
Leigh Moody Height
Leigh is a woman of moderate body stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (approx. 1.65 m).
Leigh Moody Family
Leigh Moody was born and brought up under the warm care of their committed parents in Palm Harbor, Florida, in the United States of America. However, Leigh has not shared any information pertaining to her family members, therefore, her parents’ names or if she is the only child in the family remains to be an enigma to the public.
Leigh Moody Education
She enrolled at the University of Central Florida in 1990 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism in 1994.
Leigh Moody Husband
She is gladly hitched to her loving and caring husband called Nick Sanders. The adorable couple has been married for almost 3 decades. Nevertheless, due to her secretive nature, if the duo shares any children remain in the dark.
Leigh Moody Salary
She earns an ample salary of $92,680 annually. This is in accordance with KY3 News anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Leigh Moody Net Worth
Leigh Moody has victoriously piled up her justly acquired fortune over the years of her work and has an estimated net worth is $1.5 million.
Leigh Moody Career
As of now, she works as the main evening anchor at KY3-TV based in Springfield. There, Leigh anchors the 4 p.m and 11 p.m newscasts. Leigh has been a part of the station’s news team since November 2010. Before joining KY3, she worked as a news anchor at WEYI-TV, an NBC affiliate located in Michigan for nine years and seven months.
Following her graduation from the university, Leigh shifted to Orlando, where she worked at WKMG-TV as a reporter. Later, she left the station and moved to Charleston, where she served at WCSC-TV as the weekend anchor. During her career as a journalist, she has been awarded several awards such as the Four MBA awards, the 2015 MBA Station of the Year as well as The 2015 & 2013 KC Press Club Award TV Station of the Year.