Rachel Bogle Biography
Rachel Bogle is a popular American journalist currently serving Now as a Traffic Anchor and Reporter for CBS 4 and a Feature reporter at WTTV.
Previously, Rachel served as a host on IMC-TV as well as appeared nightly on a show known as “Dish Nation”, the national broadcast of the nationally syndicated nightly pop-culture show and entertainment.
Rachel Bogle Age
Rachel Bogle was born and brought up in Brown County Indiana, in the United States of America. She is around 34 years old.
Rachel Bogle Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. Rachel stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Rachel Bogle Family
Rachel was born and brought up by her caring and dedicated parents in Brown County Indiana. She was raised alongside her sister called Kimberly Bogle. Nonetheless, Rachel has not revealed any details in regards to her parents to the public.
Rachel Bogle Education
Bogle went to Brown County High School where she graduated in 2006. Later on, she attended Indiana University Bloomington where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a triple major in Journalism, Pre-Law, and Political Science in 2010.
Rachel Bogle Husband
Rachel Bogle Salary
She earns a decent salary of $120,519 annually. This is according to CBS 4 traffic reporters and anchors’ salaries.
Rachel Bogle’s Net Worth
Rachel Bogle has accumulated a good fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Rachel Bogle Career
She also served as an Emcee for Indiana Pacers and Fever, as well as Arena Host at Pacers Sports & Entertainment for 10 months. From May 2009 to August 2009, Rachel interned with WTHR In Indianapolis, Indiana Area. In addition to her journalism career, Rachel was also involved with the Miss America Organization where she was a local titleholder for more than a decade. As of now, she works as a local director within Miss Indiana as well as Miss Indiana’s Outstanding Teen Scholarship Organizations.
Apart from that, she actively served as a volunteer for domestic violence at the Julian Center shelter. Furthermore, Rachel was involved in the Special Olympics of Central Indiana Polar Plunge for the past five years. In her free time, Rachel spends her time traveling, cooking, reading, and also spending time with her pup named Gizmo.