Lisa Fletcher is a famous American television journalist currently serving as a senior investigative reporter and news anchor who has reported stories around the world – both for ABC News as a reporter and on different major-market television stations. Earlier, she worked as the host of The Stream on Al Jazeera America located in Washington DC.
Most significantly, she has won several notable honors due to her job including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, honors from the Associated Press, Society of Professional Journalists, several national Edward R. Murrow Awards, and many Emmy Awards due to her investigative journalism.
Lisa Fletcher Age
Lisa Fletcher was born in the United States of America. Lisa maybe around 51 years old.
Lisa Fletcher Height
Lisa stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.65 meters).
Lisa Fletcher Family
Fletcher was born and raised in the United States by her caring and loving parents. Currently, she has not mentioned any details regarding either her parents or if she has siblings.
Lisa Fletcher Husband
She is married to her lovely husband Wayne Pacelle who is a former president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States of America. The duo got wedded in May 2013. The information regarding if the couple has kids is under the radar.
Lisa Fletcher Education
Fletcher schooled at the University of Oregon where she majored in Journalism. Afterward, she graduated in 1990, gaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and a minor in English.
Lisa Fletcher Salary
She receives an annual salary of $73,216 and this is according to WJLA anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Lisa Fletcher’s Net Worth
Fletcher has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million US dollars. Her senior investigative reporter and national correspondent at WJLA is the primary source of income.
Lisa Fletcher Career
Fletcher is a vet investigative reporter and news anchor who has reported stories over the world for leading both national and international news networks.
Prior to joining WJLA-News/ABC7, she worked as a national correspondent for the primetime magazine show “America Tonight.” her stories exposed wrongdoing in the criminal justice system, global environmental abuses, and innovative grassroots solutions to social problems.
Fletcher hosted the award-winning show, The Stream, from 2012 to 2015 which is a day-to-day, primetime emerging-events and political talk show for both Al Jazeera English and Al Jazeera America.
She was always featured on Good Morning America, ABC World News, and Nightline. She has as well been at the center of the nation’s biggest stories – from natural disasters and school shootings and has covered the major legal and political events of the past ten years.
During sweeping undercover research, her reports indicated serious security breaches at one of the nation’s largest airports. As a result, the TSA instantly suspended, and thereafter replaced, its Federal Security Director and launched a national inquiry into every airport’s security procedures.
Her investigations always prompt action and often trigger local, state, or federal investigations. For example, such research, for ABC’s Nightline, uncovered the abuse of chimpanzees and other primates at one of the nation’s biggest testing facilities.
Her story, which leads to a response from the USDA and following punitive action against the lab, is frequently credited as the initial wave of exposure that finally leads to eliminating of chimps in USA testing laboratories.