Mallory Anderson Biography
Mallory Anderson is an American anchor and reporter from Lansing, Michigan who currently serves for KRDO as an evening anchor and reporter. Prior to that, she was a Morning News Anchor at WILX-TV located in Lansing, Michigan.
She officially joined the network in 2017 as an Evening News Anchor and Producer. She maintained this function until May 2020 (2 years and 9 months). She covered her final newscast at @wilxtv on Oct 1, 2021.
Mallory Anderson Age
Mallory Anderson was born in Lansing, Brighton, Michigan, United States. She has not shared her exact date of birth, but looking at her appearance, she might be in her early 30s.
Mallory Anderson Height
Anderson is a woman of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches( Approximately 1.7 meters).
Mallory Anderson Family
Anderson was born to her father and mother in Lansing, Brighton, Michigan, United States. She grew up with her sister whose name has not been disclosed to the public.
Mallory Anderson Education
Anderson owns a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from Michigan University.
Mallory Anderson Salary
She receives an annual salary of $74,735. This is according to KRDO anchor/reporters’ salaries.
Mallory Anderson’s Net Worth
Anderson has an estimated net worth of $2.1 million US dollars.
Mallory Anderson Career
Anderson is a famous and award-winning broadcast journalist. Nowadays, she is working for KRDO as an evening anchor and reporter. She joined KRDO-AM/FM/TV, KRDO.com/Telemundo in October 2021. Prior to that, she served for WILX-TV as a Morning News Anchor & Managing Editor. She labored there for 4 years and 2 months.
She became part of the WILX News 10 in Jul of 2017 located in Onondaga, Michigan, United States of America. The Lansing in Brighton, Michigan resident graduated from Michigan University. While still a student, Mallory worked for the Big Ten Network as a sideline reporter. She as well worked as a news anchor for the student-run TV station, WOLV-TV. Furthermore, she had an opportunity to be an associate producer for Mojo in the Morning, a morning radio show in Detroit.
Before moving to Lansing, she labored as a weekend anchor and reporter for WILX’s sister station, WLUC TV6 located in Marquette, Michigan. While still there, she experienced invaluable chances including an exclusive interview with Al Roker of NBC’s TODAY Show. Furthermore, her job was featured nationally on NBC News. Apart from being a journalist, she has a love for a student-run organization known as Camp Kesem. The organization proposes to kids whose parents have or had a cancer-free week of summer camp.